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Lenticular Street Art


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Lenticular images are like those rippled plastic toys with an image that animates as you turn if from side to side. The idea is that you can put a different image on each flat surface to either animate an image or to reveal a completely different image entirely. Sometimes lenticular street art is unnoticeable, other times they will catch you by surprise. You could be walking down the street and suddenly see an image on a fence or a door. All the pieces of art in this Byte can be found in London, except the movie on the end that can be found in Hamburg, Germany.

There are two sides to this rabbit, made by artist ROA on a warehouse door in Curtain RoadLenticular Street Art (12)

Lenticular Street Art (13)Source: grievousbodilycharm

Jokers and ClownsLenticular Street Art (7)

Lenticular Street Art (8)Source: jbosher

Another example of lenticular art on Curtain Road
Lenticular Street Art (2)

Lenticular Street Art (1)

Lenticular Street Art (4)

Lenticular Street Art (3)Source: vandalog

Amnesty International’s street art to raise awareness for prisonersLenticular Street Art (11)

Lenticular Street Art (10)Source: dontpaniconline and mrjackkerruish on youtube

Lenticular Street Art (9)Source: unurth

Identity card lenticular made by Dr. DLenticular Street Art (6)

Lenticular Street Art (5)Source: mermaid99

Lenticular street art, Hamburg, GermanySource: mntlgassi on vimeo

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