12″ x 12″, printed on clear film, laminated to 40lpi lenticular lens and placed over reflective or other surfaces.
A lenticular print is made by placing an “interlaced” image, (cut and reassembled in vertical strips), behind a sheet of plastic with a series of parallel lens or lenticules embossed into one surface. When the lens are aligned with the image, the viewer sees only one frame at a time. As the viewing angle changes, each of the images are seen in the planned sequence, creating the illusion of movement, depth or animation.
A static representation cannot do them justice.