Lenticular -digitally moving images  

Lenticular -digitally moving images

A digital technic invented in the 1960's for postcards and developed by Dellert in 1999. Thomas Dellert was the first artist on the International arena who used the Lenticular technic in art. The " Lenticular " images works in the way that it moves when you pass it by or move in front of the images. It is created out of layers of images, and is covered with a plexi prisma that makes you see one stripe iof the images at one time separately. The effect is more like a short movie.