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Awesome Optical Illusion Mazes by Yonatan Frimer

April 21, 2011
 Inside the Mobius strip – Optical Illusion Maze

“Please Stop Spinning” Optical Illusion Maze

 Optical Illusion Maze
Maze of a crazy optical illusion that causes the viewer to think that the circles are moving or spinning, although they don’t change or move at all.

Top Twelve Places to Download The Super Swirly Optical Illusion Maze

  1. Picassa Web Maze of Spinning Super Swirl
  2. Swirly Spinning Maze on Devian Art
  3. Please stop spinning maze on Fine Art America
  4. Spin to stop maze on Flickr
  5. Optical Illusion Mazes Facebook
  6. Please STOP Spinning Maze on TwitPic
  7. Super Swirly Maze Optical Illusion
  8. Maze Super Spin Please Stop on Photobucket
  9. Swirly Super Maze on  Saatchi Online
  10. Super Swirly Maze on Live Journal
  11. Super Swirly Optical Illusion Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Please Stop Spinning Maze on Maze BLOG

Doppler Optical Illusion Maze of an Elliptical Spiral
eliptical spiral dopler maze
Maze art of a Doppler warping elliptical spiral by Yonatan Frimer

Top Thirteen Places to Download Doppler Elliptical Maze

  1. Eliptical Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze Eliptical Dopler on Fine Art America
  3. Maze Dopler El Eliptical on Flickr
  4. Dopler Maze on Facebook
  5. Maze Elliptical Spiral on TwitPic
  6. Dopler Maze Rossello Damiano
  7. Maze Psychedelic Nike Just Do It on Photobucket
  8. Dopler Maze on Saatchi
  9. Eliptical Maze on Live Journal
  10. Dopler Maze on Picassa Web
  11. Eliptical Spiral Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Dopler Eliptical Spiral Maze on TeamOfMonkeys.com
  13. Doppler Maze Blog
Happy Judaica Maze by Yonatan Frimer
Yonatan Frimer maze art of happy face made of jewish symbols
Maze of two Hamsas (Hand of Fatima) for the eyes, a magen david (AKA Star of David) and a menorah make the crude appearance of a smiley face. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Having problems solving the mazes, view the maze solution to happy judaica Maze, in the rare even you can’t solve this maze on your own

Top Eleven Ways to Download the Happy Judaica Maze

  1. Judaica Maze Art on Facebook
  2. Happy Judaica Maze on Fine Art America
  3. Picassa Web Maze of Happy Judaica
  4. Judaica Maze Art on Devian Art
  5. Happy Jewish Maze on Flickr
  6. Judaica Happy Maze on the TwitPic
  7. Maze of Happy Judaica on Photobucket
  8. Happy Judaica Maze on Saatchi
  9. Happy Judaica Maze on Live Journal
  10. Get Happy Judaica Maze on Red Bubble
  11. Happy Judaica maze on Maze blog

And you can get the Happy Judaica Maze at the source at Team Of Monkeys . Com

Maze letters of R, I and W by Yonatan Frimer

November 22, 2010

Maze of the letter W:

Maze art of the letter W, by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of W maze
Maze of a W, created by swirly lines in a strobe pattern. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of the letter I:

Maze art of the letter I, by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of I maze
Maze of a I, created by straight lines in a strobing pattern. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of the letter R:

Maze art of the letter R, by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of R maze
Maze of a R, created by straight lines in a strobing pattern. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze art of letters by Yonatan Frimer, first week November 2010

November 5, 2010

Maze of the letter P, uppercase:

P Maze by Yonatan Frimer Maze Artist

Click for  Maze Solution of P maze
Very swirly maze of the letter P. Maze starts in the upper left corner of the image and maze ends in the lower right corner. Click on the maze solution if you are unable to solve, but MUST know the solution. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of the letter T, uppercase:

T Maze by Yonatan Frimer Maze Artist

Click for  Maze Solution of T maze
Maze of the letter T composed of various blocks and alternating colors to create the illusion of the letter T. You might need to stare at this maze for a few moments before you notice the T. Entrance to the maze is in the upper left and exit to the maze is in the lower right. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of the letter Q, uppercase:

Maze art of the letter Q, by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of Q maze
Various thickness lines to create the maze of the letter Q. The Alternating contrast of the lines creates the optical illusion of the letter Q. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of the letter J, uppercase:

maze of the letter J nineth letter of the english alphabet
Click for  Maze Solution of J maze
Loopy maze of swirl alternating in color to create the letter V, the 22nd letter in the alphabet. Maze entrance is in the upper left corner, and the maze exit can be found in the lower right corner, pointed out by arrows. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze Of Monkey Illusion
maze of monkey illusion medium InkBlotMazes Ink Blot Mazes, By Yonatan Frimer, your humble maze artist

Maze of monkeys doing Parkour
maze kong 3D linear prespective maze image

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Maze cartoon of September 11 and the ground zero mosque by Yonatan Frimer

September 1, 2010

Maze cartoon about the ground zero mosque – Sept 11th scene.

maze cartoon of september 11th attacks on Ground Zero Mosque

Maze cartoon about the ground zero mosque that is being built. The scene is September 11th 2001 and the second plane is about to hit the tower of the World Trade Center. One of the hi jackers says, “Hey Mohammad, that looks like a some good land to build a mosqueon….When this whole thing blows over in like 10 years.
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Cartoon maze on sniper sanctions against Iran fuel imports by Yonatan Frimer

July 4, 2010

Cartoon maze on sniper sanctions against Iran fuel imports
maze cartoon of sniper sanctions on Iran
Maze cartoon of snipers aiming a big gun marked USA/Iran sanctions as they take aim at the gasoline imports.   Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
Click here for the maze solution of sniper sanctions on Iran

Cartoon topic in the news:

Obama says new U.S. sanctions on Iran toughest ever

Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama signed into law on Thursday far-reaching new sanctions on Iran that aim to squeeze the Islamic Republic’s fuel imports and deepen its international isolation.

Obama said the new sanctions were the toughest ever passed by the U.S. Congress and would make it harder for Iran to buy refined petroleum as well as goods and services to modernize its oil and natural gas sector, the mainstay of its economy.

While the door to diplomacy remained open, he said, Iran would come under even greater international pressure if it continued to defy international calls to halt its uranium enrichment program.

The United States and its European allies suspect Iran is trying to build an atomic bomb, despite Tehran’s insistence that its nuclear program is for the peaceful generation of electricity.

(click here to read the full article)

Lustiger and Fahd in Paris Maze Cartoon

May 6, 2010

Lustiger and Fahd In Paris in the 90’s  – Cartoon Maze

Cartoon maze of Lustiger and Fahd in Paris

Editorial maze cartoon of a conversation between King Fahd and Jean-Marie Lustiger on having a grand mosque built in Paris. Lustiger replies, “Sure, just as soon as I can build a grand cathedral in Mecca.”
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Team Of Monkeys Maze – Memoirs Of The Invisible Monkeys, By Yonatan Frimer and RSL

March 4, 2010

Memoirs of the invisible monkeys – Maze
memoirs of the invisible monkeys
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Mazes of a Rose, Karl Marx, Ataturk and Lennon, By Yonatan Frimer

March 3, 2010

Maze of a rose – Flower Maze
Maze of a rose
Don’t forget to water your mazes.

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Team Of Monkeys Maze Cartoon
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Mazes of the World, UNITE
Maze portrait of Karl Marx

Karl Marx Maze communism
Communist Maze-festo
Workers of the world UNITE! You have nothing to lose but your chains

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Kemal Mustafa Ataturk – Maze
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Peace at home, peace in the world – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

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John Lennon Psychedelic Maze Portrait
Imagine All The MAzes
Imagine All The Mazes

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Home finale for three Vols By: Wes Rucker

March 3, 2010

Home finale for three Vols By: Wes Rucker (source article)

KNOXVILLE — What was intended to be a simple video e-mail message to the University of Tennessee turned into cut-down comedy hour.

UT senior basketball players Wayne Chism, Bobby Maze and J.P. Prince were asked merely to speak into the camera, thank students for their support this season and encourage them to attend senior night festivities before tonight’s game against Arkansas.

Part of the senior night promotion includes free headbands to students, many of whom plan to wear them awkwardly high atop their heads in a tribute to Chism’s self-described “yarmulke.”

But the cameraman made a mistake. He didn’t give the players a script.

“Come get your free headband,” Chism said. “We’re all going to wear one.”

Tennessee’s Wayne Chism (4) shoots past Florida’s Alex Tyus (23) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Sunday, Jan. 31, 2010, in Knoxville, Tenn. Chism is a senior this year. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)

“Umm … I’m not,” Prince interrupted. “You couldn’t pay me to wear one.”

“Just because your head’s too big,” Maze responded. “We’d need a slingshot to get one on your big ol’ head.”

“My head’s smaller than either of your nostrils,” Prince shot back. “Your nasal strip would be bigger than my headband. When you sneeze, everyone in this arena gets wet.”

Without blinking, Maze then wondered aloud whether students should get Prince’s acne medication to go along with their Chism headbands.

Not to be outdone, Chism simply offered, “Y’all both ugly.”

A normal video wouldn’t have seemed appropriate, given the circuitous routes UT’s seniors have taken to arrive at this point.

Chism, a four-star prospect and Pearl’s first high-profile recruiting commitment to the Vols, is the only man left from the star-studded 2007 signing class. Tyler Smith, a Tennessee native who transferred to UT and became an All-Southeastern Conference forward and team captain, was on track to be honored tonight before getting dismissed from the program in January.

“I don’t even know how to answer that question right now,” Chism said regarding the losses of Smith and former classmates Duke Crews, Ramar Smith, Josh Tabb and Marques Johnson. “It’s crazy, though. I mean, I came in with a lot of people, and through the times we’ve been here a lot of people have came and gone. Being the one left on senior night is kind of disappointing, but I know the guys are out there doing something better with their lives.

“They’re still my brothers, and I still love and care about them.”

Some left Chism’s class, but others arrived, too.

Prince — also a Tennessean — transferred to UT in time to play three mostly successful seasons for the Vols.

Maze, a former Baltimore-area high school star, arrived last year after two seasons at Oklahoma and Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College.

“Everybody’s got a story, but all that matters is that we came to Tennessee, we became a family and we won a lot of big basketball games,” Maze said. “And those of us still here are going to leave with our heads held high.”

Prince and Chism said they’d rather focus on Arkansas than get too caught up in senior night emotions.

“It’s my last time playing here, but I don’t want to make more out of it than it is right now,” Prince said. “I’ve had some great times here, and we’ve won a lot of games in front of a lot of a great fans, and I’m going to miss it one day. But stuff like that won’t hit me until years from now.

“I don’t want to think about it too much right now, but you just want to leave the place better than when you came here, and I think we’ve done a good job of that. I’m proud of what we’ve done.”

Chism opened up a little bit more than Prince.

“I kind of thought about it yesterday,” Chism said. “I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m just about to play my last home game.’ It came pretty fast, so I was like, ‘Wow.’ But not excited.”

After a slight nudge, the quirky big man said he’s already seen the fruits of his UT labor.

“When you look back, you’d see all the orange seats were kind of empty back then, and you’d only see some people there at the games,” said Chism, who has played more games than any Vol in history and is on track to graduate in May with a double major. “It was like, is it a D-II school or what? It’s supposed to be a D-I school, it turned around when Coach Pearl got here — and our first signees for him — and then a lot of things changed from there. That gym became packed every game. Every game started being sold out because of the way Coach Pearl has turned this team around, and he’s still doing it.

“I’m very proud. Back when I was in high school, people always said, ‘Man, you shouldn’t go to Tennessee.’ Now when I go back home, everybody’s a Tennessee fan.”

Maze was the most openly emotional of the trio. That’s not surprising, considering the point guard came to UT with a less-than-stellar reputation off the floor but is on pace to leave in May as a two-year starter who graduated and made the honor roll with a 3.5 senior-year GPA.

“This place means everything to me,” Maze said. “Tennessee gave me a chance to change my identity and what people thought about me. When I was at Oklahoma, I was young and immature and got into a little bit of trouble and made some bad decisions. But since I’ve been here, there’s been a total change. I haven’t been in any off-the-court issues. I haven’t been in any trouble. I’m going to graduate. I’ve changed my whole life around.

“I think of my two years here as a blessing; a changing point in life, a transition from a boy into a man. I will remember that my whole life.”

But tonight ends the seniors’ home careers only. They potentially have several more weeks to play.

“Nobody can ever take away that we beat the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the nation my senior year … but we’re not done yet,” Maze said. “I want to come back here one day and be able to show my children hopefully a picture of my team and me, and I can tell them, ‘Look what I was a part of.’

“Hopefully we can earn a big banner for this place, too.”

Other contacts for Wes Rucker are http://www.twitter.com/wesrucker and http://www.facebook.com/tfpvolsbeat.

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Maze of Team Of Monkeys guarding the crystal

January 20, 2010

Team Of Monkeys Maze                                               By Yonatan Frimer and RSL
Maze of Team Of Monkeys guarding the crystal
“Got big ticket valuables that need safe keeping? A well trained team of monkeys
will guard and protect your items with zero chance of theft.”

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