Blivet became famous when it was featured in a humor magazine MAD, on the cover page on March 1965. It has been featured many times since then. An artist called M. C. Escher is an artist that has used Blivet's in his works a lot. Escher likes putting impossible objects in his work, such as the impossible stairs, the stairs that don't have a start or end, and seems to be looping. Since Blivet is also an impossible object, it fits well for the style of the artist. He is especially known for using Blivets in his woodcut prints. Also, an optical designer and artist called Roger Hayward has written an essay about the interpretations of the Blivet. He included this blivet, called Hayward's undecidable monument, to the world:
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