It’s kinda crazy how certain images have been forever burned into our brains. Even something as basic as a silhouette or a pair of cartoon character eyes can be instantly recognizable to pop culture junkies. But what happens when you only get part of the image? Can you still figure out what you’re looking at? Think Invisible posters by Adri Bodor & Mark Szulyovszky only give you 3 small areas of a silhouette, forcing your brain to fill in the missing pieces. My brain is surprisingly good at filling in these missing pieces considering that it can’t fill in the missing pieces of this past weekend. Why did I wake up naked with a gun at the white house? And who’s phone is this?
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