Artists Embrace Lenticular Printing Across Forms (Featuring Jeff Robb)
Lenticular imagery remains one of the most intriguing and underutilized artistic mediums of the past 100 years. Scarred by a history of novelty merchandise, pinups, and strange religious reproductions, it has been an uphill battle for it to be taken seriously as a method of artistic production. But it is a rich medium for the creatively curious, a flat printed surface that can portray both motion and dimensionality with no need for electricity or special lighting. Lenticular is seeing a resurgence of use by legitimate artists and is being taken seriously by collectors and museums alike.