5 optical illusions to enhance your writing

The eyes have it! Proper visual presentation will attract readers and keep them reading.

  • The artwork of M.C. Escher shows crazy worlds in which staircases appear to go nowhere and people “sit” upside down or sideways.
  • The plywood pillar at your local museum is painted a creamy, mottled white, with deep grey veins and other imperfections so the plywood looks like marble.
  • When you put your dinner on a 12-inch plate instead of a 17-inch one, you eat less food and feel more satisfied by it.
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