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HOW TO – Make lenticular movie art (changes when you tilt)

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Dave writes –

I have a good friend who is an awesome artist. She has given me all sorts of great paintings in the past few years. I wanted to give her a piece of art that would really stand out as different.

I wanted to experiment with lenticular sheets because I have always been amazed by them ever since I dug the first one out of a cereal box as a kid. These are the sheets that make an image change whet you alter the angle you are viewing it at. To learn more about lenticular lenses – wikipidia

We both have the movie “fight club” as one of our top 5 all time movies so I decided to use this as a theme.

Please note that the animated gif is a composite image because my camera takes horrible images of the picture with the lenses in front of it.

instructables : lenticular (changes when you tilt) movie art – Link.

2 thoughts on “HOW TO – Make lenticular movie art (changes when you tilt)

  1. You should check out the art of Gareth Long ( http://garethlong.net ) – he’s done a couple shows of lenticular prints as stand ins for video – trying, effectively to have video on paper. Check out the “And She Was” and “It’s hard to dazzle us” series.

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