Lenticular print is a technique through which you can create a seemingly 3D image by “moving” it. As the angle of view changes, the image changes with it.The images are divided in thin strips en through the ribbed surface the effect is created. The ribs work as lenses that brakes the light. Depending on the angle looked from, different parts of the image appear. Usually a combined image is seen as the angle of each eye is slightly different.

The following images are produced using this technique and consist of multiple images. Unfortunately the actual effect can only be experienced live.

For producing these lenticular works I work close together with Pixel Studio in Capelle aan de IJssel. Feel free to contact the studio if you are interested in working with this technique.