DOGS PLAYING POKER FRAMED Holographic Wall Art-POSTERS That FLIP and CHANGE images-Lenticular Technology Artwork–MULTIPLE PICTURES IN ONE–HOLOGRAM Images Change–by THOSE FLIPPING PICTURES

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DOGS PLAYING POKER FRAMED Holographic Wall Art-POSTERS That FLIP and CHANGE images-Lenticular Technology Artwork–MULTIPLE PICTURES IN ONE–HOLOGRAM Images Change–by THOSE FLIPPING PICTURES

Flipping pictures that change from one scene to a different scene while viewing from different angles.
Turn your living space into a futuristic art gallery with these life like HD 3D Flip Pictures featuring scenes of the world captured and framed for you.
The images flip and change from every angle, walk into the room and see one thing and a few steps later there’s something completely different.
No 3D or special glasses needed!
Thanks to Lenticular image printing technology we can combine multiple images in one to create movement, color and depth change just by viewing from different angle.

⦁ Lenticular Technology creates unique HOLOGRAM ART
⦁ READY TO HANG on your wall or place near or in a window–allowing light from behind the print causes the picture to show off the terrific color patterns.
⦁ Holographic type technology for HOME AND OFFICE DECOR
⦁ Watch the images change as you walk past. Great in any setting…home-office-bedroom-etc
⦁ Shipped in our SPECIAL easy to open-protective shipping packs to prevent bending and folding on the way to you
⦁ Kids Love them, Adults are mesmerized
⦁ Images are AMAZING when illuminated from behind. Place in front of a lamp or near a window. TRULY BEAUTIFUL when placed in a window for a “stained glass look”.
⦁ As Seen at Major Fairs and Shows Nationwide
⦁ Make sure you receive an email from us after your purchase AND a certificate of AUTHENTICITY with your product delivery to verify you are buying a REAL-Those Flipping Pictures-product.
⦁ SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY “THOSE FLIPPING PICTURES”

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Comments

Cruzegal says:

Would Not Purchase Again Now that I Understand “Lenticular” I agree totally with E. Navickas’ review. The definition between scenes is not very good. I, too, can see one image imposed over another no matter which angle I view from. The lighthouse scene, I cannot see at all. I honestly don’t know what I expected (and I admit that I did not look up the definition of “Lenticular” before ordering) but to sum it up for prospective buyers as simply as possible, this is a larger version of those little “flicker pictures” you used to get in…

ann says:

“WOW” very happy.


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