The Canadian passport has a series of hidden artworks embedded in its pages since the past few years but most Canadians don’t know about it. The truth came to light (pun intended) when this Imgur user posted pictures of his friend’s Canadian passport. Apparently, the pages consist of beautiful national icons and images created with optically variable ink that glows when placed under a black light (a.k.a. ultraviolet light). Check them out below.
This is the old Canadian passport
This is the old Canadian passport under a black light
This is the new Canadian passport
This is the new Canadian passport under a black light
It’s like a party on every page!
Take a bow, Canada. Apart from having the world’s best maple syrup, you now have the coolest passports as well. This calls for a round of Canadian Club (or Tim Hortons finest, depending on what time it is). Share this post and your feedback in the comments below.
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