The official @batmanvsuperman just tweeted out a video of this ridiculous Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice diorama hanging over the show floor. It’s a lenticular structure made of legos, and for those who didn’t buy comics in the 90s or play with dynamic Topps Pokemon stickers, lenticular art is basically something that changes based upon the angle you view it.
— Batman v Superman (@BatmanvSuperman) July 10, 2015
So, I bet you’re wondering how they did it. 2D lenticular art can be made by placing a special reflective plastic sheet over paper, by layering glass over an image, or by simply cutting and angling paper in a certain way. This, obviously, doesn’t cover legos.
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