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Top 25 Art Easter Eggs

Pirates of Carribian - 7.3/10 with 237 votes
Posted Tuesday, July 18 in Disneyland
This egg is found in Disneyland. When standing in line for the ride Pirates of the Carribian (located in New Orleans Square) you might notice some murals of pirates on the walls. These murals are actually pictures of the creators of the ride, just in... more
Rude Lady - 7.3/10 with 263 votes
Posted Tuesday, April 9 in Canterbury Cathedral, UK
At the main gate to Canterbury Cathedral there is a carved arch-way. Look at the lowest level of the arch and you should see three rows on which are carved leaves. Take a close look at the exact center of the top row. You should be able to see a naked... more
Strange Birds - 7.2/10 with 61 votes
Posted Tuesday, February 29 in Bizzaro Comic Strip
Ever since the turn of the Millenium, the author of the "Bizzaro" comic has put an upside-down bird with a tophat on in each comic.
pic John Adams Vs. Thomas Jefferson... Round 1 - 7.2/10 with 130 votes
Posted Monday, December 23 in Signing of the Declaration of Independence
First you need to obtain a copy of the Signing od the Declaration of Independence. If you look closely at the lower right-hand corner of the painting you will notice that John Adams is standing proudly with his foot ON TOP OF Thomas Jefferson's! The reason... more
pic Houdini Postage Stamp - 7.2/10 with 90 votes
Posted Monday, December 23 in postage stamp
If you have the U.S. Houdini stamp and place it under a uv light source (postal outlets have a machine that does this), Houdini appears to be wrapped in chains.

-Mr TrickyPants-
pic Secret Tidbits - 7.2/10 with 82 votes
Posted Sunday, August 12 in Burial of Count Orgaz (El Greco)
In El Greco's painting, The Burial of Count Orgaz, there are a number of eggs. First, there are only 2 people in the painting looking straight [sic?] out of the painting towards the viewer. One is a boy on the far left side of the lower half of the... more
Hidden Pictures in Eyes - 7.2/10 with 94 votes
Posted Saturday, March 18 in Image of Guadalupe
In the right eye of the Virgin Mary (the eye on your left, when looking at the picture), there are 2 hidden portraits. They are hard to see, but noticable without a magnifying glass. If you look closely you can see one face said to resemble Juan Diego,... more
This Is Odd - 7.2/10 with 117 votes
Posted Friday, April 21 in Bizzaro Comic Strip

First, get about any Bizarro comic. Then, look for 1 of the following items (watch out, they are problably hidden):

1. An eyeball
2. A rabbit face
3. A crown, most likely with some writing below it.
4. A spaceship
5. A slice... more
Persistence of Vision - 7.1/10 with 49 votes
Posted Wednesday, October 25 in Saccadoscopoeia (Seattle Metro Tunnel installation)
In downtown Seattle's Metro Tunnel at University Station (3rd & University), there is an installation--"Saccadoscopoeia" by Bill Bell--on the northernmost wall of the mezzanine. It consists of scattered red and green columns of LEDs, spaced evenly left... more
Brunelleschi's Dome and Dufay's "Nuper Rosarum Flores" - 7.1/10 with 75 votes
Posted Saturday, September 7 in Florence Cathedral
If you're familiar with Renaissance history, you know that Guillame Dufay's "Nuper Rosarum Flores" (The Rose Blossoms) was written for the dedication of the Flanders Cathedral, in Florence Italy. However, the song and the cathedral have much more in common.

As... more
pic The Hidden Person - 7.1/10 with 201 votes
Posted Tuesday, October 5 in Hallucinogenic Toreador (Dali, Salvidor)
In the painting there are two large female figures. If you look at the figures you will see the picture of the toreador (bull fighter).
First look at the girl with the white dress who is right next to the figure in the red dress.
She for the most part... more
UFO? - 7.1/10 with 77 votes
Posted Thursday, August 17 in Madonna with St. Giovannino
1) I am surprised nobody has posted this yet.
2) If you look on the upper right of the Madonna's head, you should see a UFO. There's a dude and a dog looking thing staring at it if you look closely.
3) It took me like 6 months, but i finally found a... more
Cardinal Leading Souls to Hell - 7.1/10 with 192 votes
Posted Friday, April 21 in Michelangelo
Back when Michalangelo was painting the sistene chapel, a certain Cardinal said that he clearly didn't like it. So, as a retaliation, good ol' mike changed the face of the demon leading the souls to hell with that of the cardinal! Good thing the pope... more
Rembrandt in Night Watch - 7.0/10 with 59 votes
Posted Saturday, February 9 in Nightwatch (Rembrandt)
Rembrandt hid himself in his most famous picture The Night watch. On the back row, between the man with the flag and the man with the helmet you can see an eye with a beret. If you look precisely, you notice it is the painter himself.
Todd Likes Felix - 7.0/10 with 58 votes
Posted Sunday, October 15 in McFarlane, Todd
Todd McFarlane has penciled hundreds of comics (Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man, Spawn, etc) and every single of them contains a hidden image of Felix the Cat. Sometimes he is extremely hard to spot but I've seen him everywhere from the collar of Ben Grimm's... more
pic Extra - 6.9/10 with 500 votes
Posted Thursday, December 9 in Last Supper, The (Leonardo da Vinci)
This may be quite known, however in Leonardo's painting "The Last Supper" there are more hands than there should be, according to the number of people around the table. Also the extra hand is holding a knife pointed at Jesus. (the hand is located under... more
Hidden Signature - 6.9/10 with 44 votes
Posted Monday, September 20 in Rosa, Don
Many probably already know this one, but for those who don't:

Don Rosa always hides his signature D.U.C.K. somewhere in either the front page or the first page of every comic he makes. D.U.C.K. means Dedicated to Uncle Carl from Keanu. Uncle Carl is... more
Self Portrait for America - 6.9/10 with 55 votes
Posted Wednesday, April 25 in Norman Rockwell(1943)
President Roosevelt was tops at morale boosting while in charge of the country. His propaganda is legendary.

He commissioned famous folksy illustrator Norman Rockwell to paint a series of four large paintings to portray "The Four Freedoms" guaranteed... more
911 - 6.8/10 with 46 votes
Posted Wednesday, October 25 in Star Trek CCG
In the q-continuum expansion set card Data's body
Decipher's artists thought Data was in need of a little assistance, so they added a helpful suggestion to the rear panels of the transporter chamber: "Call 911."
heres a link to the site

Wife's Head in Every Cartoon - 6.8/10 with 48 votes
Posted Tuesday, December 19 in Mac (cartoonist for UK Daily Mail)
In the Mac half-page cartoons in most of the papers, Mac hides a small (about ¼") drawing of his wife's head, with long blonde hair.

The only exceptions to this are when he has a small cartoon elsewhere in the paper and he may put her there instead,... more
Self-Portraits - 6.8/10 with 376 votes
Posted Tuesday, September 14 in Dali, Salvador
I am a big Dali fan and was kinda suprised to find this out.

In all of Dali's paintings you can find a self-portrait. That is, if you look hard you will see at-least a sillouette of Dali himself.

It's hard to give specific directions since he has... more
U.S.S. Enterprise Model - 6.8/10 with 82 votes
Posted Friday, February 23 in U.S.S. Enterprise Model
In the Smithsonian Institute, visit the Air and Space Museum. On the second floor, there is a large scale model of the U.S.S. Enterprise Carrier. Look at the stern, right on the small deck which hangs over the back of the ship. You will notice a small... more
pic Pepsi Can Sex - 6.7/10 with 260 votes
Posted Thursday, October 28 in Pepsi Cans
In the early 90's, pepsi released a Neon Light's special design on their cans for a couple of months. It was a black can with pink and blue neon lines in seemingly random arrangement. If you put two cans on top of each other, and turned them a certain... more
Hidden Self-Portraits - 6.6/10 with 96 votes
Posted Monday, October 1 in Van Eyck, Jan
Famous Northern Renaissance artist Jan van Eyck had a penchant for hiding small scale self-portraits of himself into his own paintings; very similar to film director Alfred Hitchcock. First, in order to get an idea of what Jan van Eyck looked like... more
Data's Metals - 6.5/10 with 51 votes
Posted Sunday, August 22 in Star Trek CCG
In the picture of the matals you can see the reflection of none other than Gene Rodenbury himself.

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