Emma Hack’s latest work, Bloom, is a collection a body painted illusionary artworks that Emma is renown for, created using a never before seen lenticular/3D technique using stop motion theory. The flowers appear to bloom on the muse’s body, further exploring her stop motion body art technique that has gained attention worldwide for her work on Gotye’s ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ film clip.
Lenticular printing is a technology in which lenticular lenses are used to produce printed images with an illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move as the image is viewed from different angles.
These lenticular works were created by the team at Atkins Photo Lab and feature 12 images within each artwork offering a gentle flow of movement within images.
Lenticular on Pigment Print 50 x 50cm – 10 editions 52 x 52 x 8cm – box frame
This artwork is available as a lenticular (3D) artwork, the 3D works have an animated flower that blooms within so are very beautiful and first of its kind using the lenticular technology.
A selection of these works also available as regular artworks.
Pigment Print on Photo Rag 155 x 110cm – 1 edition 145 x 103cm – 3 editions 125 x 90cm – 10 editions 85 x 63cm – 10 editions