Nike Run Through The Wall Optical Illusion

Nike Run Through The Wall Optical Illusion is a pretty neat advertisement. The add spans two buildings. The first building has a cracked image of the building in the shape of the running man.  The second building has the actual Ad of the runner with the Nike logo.    Also be sure to check out some of the other Extreme Billboards.

He was so fast he ran right through the wall.

12 Commentsto Nike Run Through The Wall Optical Illusion

Nike Run Through The Wall Optical Illusion
  1. Samith Dilshan says:

    Funny
    Cooooooolllllll

  2. HULLO, MY NAME IS BOB says:

    Wow. That is…………..

    AWESOME!!!

  3. […] The first building has a cracked image in the shape of the running man, the second building has the actual Nike ad, creating the illusion that the runner run through the first building. [link] […]

  4. […] Nike’s “Run Through The Wall” ad ad spans two buildings: the first one’s got a cracked image of the building in the shape of the running man, while the second has the actual runner with the Nike logo. (Link) […]

  5. […] Nike’s “Run Through The Wall” ad ad spans two buildings: the first one’s got a cracked image of the building in the shape of the running man, while the second has the actual runner with the Nike logo. (Link) […]

  6. […] Nike’s “Run Through The Wall” ad ad spans two buildings: the first one’s got a cracked image of the building in the shape of the running man, while the second has the actual runner with the Nike logo. (Link) […]

  7. […] Nike Building Advertisement The first building has a cracked image in the shape of the running man, the second building has the actual Nike ad, creating the illusion that the runner run through the first building. [link] […]

  8. hkn says:

    lol thats really great ad..

  9. […] The first building has a cracked image in the shape of the running man, the second building has the actual Nike ad, creating the illusion that the runner run through the first building. [via] […]

  10. Wolflord755 says:

    Never seen something like that before.

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