# R᠎e᠎d᠎u᠎n᠎d᠎ancy

Your final answer should answer the question "What is something you could get after solving this puzzle?"

• Got five out of the six, but I really need to sleep... very nice puzzle, though!
– Deusovi
Apr 26, 2021 at 8:32
• Incredible puzzle! Apr 26, 2021 at 21:09
• This is an incredibly clever puzzle! If I hadn’t joined this stack already I’d join it just to upvote this. Apr 27, 2021 at 9:27
• Wow what a superb puzzle! That must have taken hours to make. Apr 28, 2021 at 12:11
• If only there was a way to award a bonus to a question. Apr 28, 2021 at 12:18

Each of these:

can be made into a word by applying some transformation. The trick to this is that all of the information is used twice - the lines drawn are only half of what we actually need.

Left column, top:

Reflecting across a diagonal line gives ABSURD.

Left column, middle:

Appending a color-flipped version of the same picture gives FOSSIL.

Left column, bottom:

Overlay a copy shifted to the right, and you can read the word PETROL.

Right column, top:

Overlaying a copy rotated 180° gives BANDIT.

Right column, middle:

Reading the cubes from the front gives BEY; reading the cubes from the right side gives OND.

Right column, bottom:

Overlaying a horizontally reflected copy gives OVERDO.

Now what?

Each of the words had one eye on it in the original image - when the transformation was applied, that eye marked two different letters.

So that gives us a total of twelve letters - but how do we order them?

The boxes next to the words, when overlaid, make a shape that looks like a 6:

And one of the shapes looks like a 1...
This gives the final "redundant" art: There's an order that you can overlay the six shapes, so they look like the numbers 1-6.

Picking one of the two eye-marked letters from each word, in this order, gives DOUBLE - and the other eye-marked letters give VISION! So DOUBLE VISION is the final answer, and certainly something you might get after solving this.

• Wow. This puzzle is incredible - never seen anything that uses ambigrams in this way before! Brilliant solve too - very well done :)
– Stiv
Apr 26, 2021 at 19:40
• Correct! Just one little additional detail: rot13(Gur qha/qna va gur gvgyr vf gur rknpg fnzr frg bs tylcuf, uvagvat ng gur prageny zrpunavp.) Apr 26, 2021 at 19:45