You have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot the important message in this optical illusion | The Sun

An artist handpainted this awesome door mat with hundreds of tiny people for those who feel 'walked all over'.

Spanish painter PEJAC crafted the amazingly realistic outdoor mini-mural on a stone doorstep outside a home in Aberdeen, Scotland, this month.

The finished piece uses tiny figures in dark clothes like those seen in an L. S. Lowry painting to spell out the word 'Welcome'.

The artist said: 'This new artwork is dedicated to all those people that have felt marginalised and stepped over by society.

All together, they form a doormat greeting anyone who wishes to be welcomed.

'The multitude of tiny figures that make up this doormat come together to stand for every aspect of the welcome concept, the meaning of which has been increasingly hard to find recently.

'The message is one of dignity, understanding that those who have been pushed to the margins of society can recognise the importance of an open and heartfelt welcome more than anyone.

It reframes the potential of those who have been discriminated against and in some sense stepped over by society, and presents them as united and proud.'

The artist said the property was specifically chosen for the painting because it hosts many charities as well as homes for vulnerable residents facing social exclusion.

The art was made for the Nuart Festival 2022, which took place from June 9 to 12. The theme was to reconnect the city and its people.

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Elsewhere there's an animal hidden somewhere in this drawing of a man's face and TikTok users are trying to find it.

Some viewers are claiming to have spotted the animal right away, but others have suggested taking a different perspective.

And by the time you've spotted the sniper, it's already too late.

Somewhere in this hillside terrain is a perfectly camouflaged marksman who is aiming at you and ready to pull the trigger.

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