Massive 3D wall-art


Lenticular printing allows for optical effects which simulate 3 dimensional images, or shifting images, in a 2 dimensional surface.  One neat example of this is Yaakov Agam’s  30′ x 30′ (9.14 M x 9.14 M) “Complex Vision” (1969) which adorns the facade of the Callahan Eye Foundation Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama .  (Can someone please post a photo of this?)

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