MVHV (Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims), by Brooklyn based The Saline Project, broadens the traditional computerized GIF art-form from a basic animated visual to one that also illustrates depth and volume.
This technique, dubbed “3D lenticular imagery”, was achieved through photographing the scenes in a studio and then reproduced into a form of photo collage, cut up in a particular way to give the illusion of dimension.
Remy Duval by Man Ray, 1930.
Gay Dawn. Photographer unknown.
Via Hoodoo That Voodoo.
Anja Rubik photographed by Nick Knight for Vogue, March 2009.
Just because I saw the movie last night.
Photo by Marina Richter.