Hiding Information in an Image's Histogram

Here's a clever little trick for Photoshop nerds: Ironic Sans presented the image on the left as a puzzle for their readers. Turns out the histogram (on the right) displays the skyline of New York City. Yes, I felt a little guilty resizing it with bicubic instead of nearest neighbor, but otherwise the fonts looked screwy. Idea: The Histogram as the Image [IronicSans.com via Daring Fireball]
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One Response to Hiding Information in an Image's Histogram

  1. cayton says:

    I’ll admit I’m not very good at photoshop*, but I think that is very creative. well played

    *not good at all…

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