This is a framed 3-D lenticular art by Marc Rudinsky titled “Golden Gun”.
This depicts Al Pacino from Scarface. When you see this in person you will believe that you can actually reach in and grab Tony Montana’s gun or money!
Lenticular printing technology is used to produce images with an illusion of depth movement and change as the image is viewed from different angles. This awesome Deep 3-D lenticular picture gives a whole new meaning to the term “Say Hello to my Little Friend”.
This piece is facsimile signed by Marc Rudinsky in the lenticular.
This edition is numbered on the back from an edition of 1000. Image measures 24″ x 24″. With Frame measures 28″ x 28”.
This exclusive collection of incredible 3-D high definition lenticular photography art is literally jaw-dropping. The deep 3-D quality of this print is so realistic that pops right out at you as it seems to come to life. Lenticular printing technology is used to produce images with an illusion of depth movement and change as the image is viewed from different angles. The picture can not capture the spectacular 3-D effect of these.
This is a beautiful and trippy piece of art at an unbelievable price!
Sorry, we can not ship this piece outside of the U.S.
Marc Rudinsky is considered a multimedia artist who utilizes any medium that specifically suits each new project. His strong foundation of design comes from his experience in the media arts and entertainment industry as a graphic artist, 3D animator and photographer. He continues to further his studies and advance his career and knowledge in the field of art. This highly motivated south Florida Artist, was born in Queens New York. His artistic achievements have earned him a Bachelors Degree of Science in Media Arts, from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale in 2004. His father also an artist attended the school of visual arts in NY and is an inspiration to him. His innovative and creative ideas inspired from the graffiti scenes he encountered while growing up in NY have contributed to the fresh, edgy, POP feel found in his art.