Lenticular Printed Paintings Change as You Walk By Them

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Yet another artist has now discovered the joys of working with lenticular paintings. Rafael Rozendaal has announced that his latest series is going to take advantage of the unusual printing process, one which we here at Snapily are proud to offer to artists everywhere. For those not familiar, Mr. Rozendaal puts it best when he …

GIF Gets an Upgrade with Lenticular Printing

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There is an old saying that was old will be new again someday. That day appears to be now for one of the oldest technologies on the web, the lowly GIF file. An entrepreneur is now working to create a system using lenticular printing to create animated GIFs in printed form so that they can …

Thailand’s Trick Art Museum Plays Tribute to 3D Art

3D Art in the Trick Art Museum

Did you know that there’s an entire museum dedicated to optical illusionary art? If you’re planning an upcoming trip to Thailand, don’t leave the one of a kind “Trick Art Museum” from your itinerary!

The first official Korean 3D Art Museum in Thailand, the Trick Art Museum is a wall-to-wall homage to optical illusions and the …

Migg Burroughs’ Takes Us Back in Time With His Lenticular Photos

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The Fairfield Museum and History Center in Connecticut has found an interesting way to merge past and present in their latest exhibit. In the exhibit title “Fairfied Back & Forth” local artist Migg Burroughs utilizes lenticular technology to pay homage to his hometown, pairing vintage photographs of the city with their present portrayal. Playing a …

Turnowsky’s Art, Taking Design to New Depths

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For many people familiar with the design and printing industry, the name Turnowsky is synonymous with the culture and style. Created in 1926 by Viennese artist Walter Turnowsky, Turnowsky’s Art began as a printing house in Tel Aviv, Israel where they produced posters, books, and calendars.  Back then, Turnowsky’s original style borrowed from the old …

Barbara Strasen, a Pioneer of Lenticular Art

Barbara Strasen Lenticular

Get to know Barbara Strasen, a household name in lenticular art. When most people think of lenticular images, fine art may not be their first association, but did you know that  these fun transformational images can be used to create beautiful masterpieces?   A pioneer of multi-image art, Barbara Strasen merges photographs and paintings to create …

Lenticular Prints: The Latest Trend on the Runway

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What’s the latest trend on the runway?  Lenticular prints of course!  Shape shifting images are going high fashion by way of Dutch designer Antoine Peters’ Lenticular Dress. Thinking outside the box for this creation, Antoine Peters has taken fashion to a new dimension, incorporating 3D elements into this high fashion meets hi-tech piece.  Utilizing the …

Stereoscoping a Bed for Whistler’s Mother

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Leslie Banta’s obsession began in 1997 during a a long, dark passage of artist’s block.  A painter, Banta found her way out of the block by delving into sculpture; specifically, she began creating vignettes centered on the icon of a single bed.  Banta’s imagery comes from a childhood nightmare in which she imagined two giant …

DJ Aliceffekt Creates a 3D Symphony of Sound

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Devine Lu Linvega AKA DJ Aliceffekt a native of Montreal, Canada has become a regular fixture of the indie DJ scene in his adopted home of Tokyo, Japan.  A prominent feature in some of Tokyo’s hottest clubs, Lu Linvega got tired of lugging around heavy DJ equipment, so he created a futuristic approach to solve …

Jonty Hurwitz Reinvents the Art of 3D Sculptures

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Jonty Hurwitz Proves that 3D sculptures can be more than meets the eye.  Combining his love of art and science, Hurwitz plays with lights and angles to manipulate 2D images into 3D works of art. Using a style called Dimensional Layering, Hurwitz layers pieces of resin or sheet metal inside of a Perspex cube in …

Digital Circlism

Famed subject of many a Warhol silk screen, Marilyn Monroe digitally recreated by Ben Heine

It’s the drawing basics when teaching techniques to give the illusion of depth in a 2-dimensional medium.  Pages of long forgotten sketchbooks from my high school summers at Otis, covered in circles of different sizes with the same line weight along with circles of different line weights in the same size, one receding into the …