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An art/design query I need help with..might be called holograms, but not sure!!?

Look at this website:
http://leethal.coloredlights.net/zine/?p=177

I'm not sure whether they are called 'Holograms' Or something else?

The above URL shows a basic example of what I am thinking of. I would be so pleased if someone could help me out with this.

You know sometimes you get these sort of images, possibly with a cartoon character on it it and as you move it To-and-Fro the character will appear to move, or change their action or something. I think I remember getting one in a breakfast cereal once with the grandpa from 'The Rugrats' loosing his false teeth or something!!!

Has anyone ever made one of these before, or know if any printing companies could help me use this technique for two images I would use to demonstrate my idea??!!
H-E-L-P M-E P-L-E-A-S-E !! 🙂
gildersleeve, i found out what its called, and thanks for your detailed answer!...its LENTICULAR !!!

I think I know what you mean -- the pictures were on the backs of pieces of plastic. They went by a number of names, I believe, but we always called them "flicker pictures." Sorry, I don't remember any other names.

The plastic was smooth on the front, and had vertical ridges on the backs -- the ridges looked like teeny-tiny versions of the folded-paper picture in your link. Like your linked pix, one set of picture stripes were printed on the sides of the ridges "aimed" in one direction, and a different set of picture-stripes was printed on the sides "aimed" in the opposite direction. You could see the "movement" of the figures from the front by slightly changing the angle of the plastic.

Since this is not done by do-it-yourselfers at home, I suspect the only resources you'll be able to find are companies working wholesale only. If this is the case, you'll have to improvise, I'm afraid. Maybe try a more refined version of the pleated-paper idea (narrower pleats, more stripes & ridges), but mount the finished version behind glass, in a shadow-box picture frame?

Holograms are completely different -- they actually have a 3-dimensional look to them. Flicker-pix are only two 2-D pictures you flip between.

Good luck!

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