Vector Interface Design
Lenticular printing is a specialized image process that uses bevelled lenses to create the illusion of depth or motion. Although the original process dates back to 1896, this process has come a long way.
I’ve been fascinated with lenticulars ever since I pulled one out of a Frosted Flakes cereal box in the 80’s. I could not understand how an image could move simply by the way that I moved it in my hand. Years later, I would be given the opportunity to design several of my own. One for Miller Genuine Draft. Looking back, that was almost 15 years ago:
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Goliath – Carl Hauser
Carl Hauser caused me to spit my coffee out this morning all over my monitor this morning. Really drawn into the detail and texture. So nice.
Check out his incredible portfolio.
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