Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Lenticular Lenins

Here are some examples of the lenticular prints that I have been working  on with  Jordan Tate, who has been doing a lot of research into new ways processing imagery. The Prints were made from both video and 3-d scans of Vladimir Lenin's ceramic bust that I worked with while at the porcelain symposium in Poland. The lenticular print is a transformational image that becomes active based on the movement of the viewer. Above is a sequential panorama of the communist politician becoming a polygonal mass in the midst of an exploding star. Below you can see how one works in life.

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