Well, you said you were looking for a picture of the Illuminati Ambigram, right? Well, if Dan Brown had used this in his book, do you think it would have been nearly as mysterious? Perhaps if the book, Angels and Demons and the Davinci Code were not about the secret society of the illuminati, but about cave man drawings, perhaps this would have worked! Although the movie discussed the Priory of Sion, there wasn't much talk about the illuminati.
Okay, if you give up, here a link to Dan Brown's official site, where you see the actual illuminati ambigram used in his book - and now the movie with Tom Hanks! Dan Brown's Illuminati Ambigram.
Remember, an ambigram looks the same whether it is right side up, or upside down. So as you look at these ambigrams, and can't sense the symmetry, you might want to crank your head upside down!
Did you know that the real person that created the ambigrams in Dan Brown's books is none other than real artist John Langdon? Yes, the same name as the title character in the movie that Tom Hanks plays! What an honor!
Wow! It will look like the diamonds on the top are much darker than the diamonds on the bottom.
Perfect and printable! This is a very strong optical illusion, and is even noticeable in the small image to the left. Doesn't it look like the top row is considerably darker than each successive row?
Moving Red Spiral
Sometimes, while I'm just playing around in Photoshop, something appears, as if by magic. This illusion was one of those that just jumps off the page.
It's a large red spiral on a purple background that appears to jump and move. Works better for some people than others, but if you like the moving illusions, you'll love it! Although this small image might move a bit as you read these words, the larger versions are even better!