Sometimes it’s the simple things that are the most fascinating. That’s definitely the case with the neat lenticular print you can see above, which changes seasons as if by magic as you walk around it.
You might already be familiar with the ‘magic’ at play here: it’s called lenticular printing, and it uses a clever set of micro-lenses to change what your eyes see depending on the angle at which you view the print.
Usually you see lenticular printing used in much simpler examples — remember those ‘hologram’ notebooks from back in the day? — but this particular print uses clever context to bring a single scene to life across all four seasons.