The duck or rabbit is one of the most popular ambiguous optical illusion.
In this illusion, the head of the animal can be either perceived as a duck or a rabbit. The duck’s beak and rabbit’s ear are one for both the animal.
The first duck-rabbit illusion appeared in the German Humor magazine named Fliegende Blätter in the year 1892.
Fliegende Bläter Magazine – Rabbit And Duck Illusion
There are many versions of the duck-rabbit figure. Here, are a few…
Joseph Jastrow – Duck Or Rabbit Illusion
Walter Ehrenstein – Duck Or Rabbit Illusion
Ludwig Wittgenstein – Duck Or Rabbit Illusion
Roger Shepard – Rabbit Or Duck Illusion
A Full Version Of Duck And Rabbit Illusion
Duck! Rabbit! Book By Amy Krouse Rosenthal
|Author||Amy Krouse Rosenthal|
|Genre||Children’s Picture Book|
|Reading Level||Age 03-08|
Duck! Rabbit! is a fun read-aloud picture book for children by Amy Krouse Rosenthal. Two unseen characters are in a dilemma as they argue whether the picture is a rabbit or a duck.
The picture of the book is based on the famous classic rabbit or duck ambiguous image optical illusion.
The book was a New York Bestseller for 9 weeks.
The book was awarded the winner in the picture category:
Beehive Awards Picture Book in 2011
Grand Canyon Reader Award Picture Book in 2012
Duck Or Rabbit Cartoons
The above cartoon features two ambiguous images. They are:
– Duck or rabbit
– Boring’s wife or mother-in-law illusion
An interesting aspect of this cartoon is that the wife or mother-in-law is performing the shadow art of duck or rabbit.