You can see the hidden huge heart in orchids in this stereogram. The pattern was drawn with great patience for thousands of times to reach seamless view and to avoid the break of the lines as is the case in traditional stereogram technique. The pattern has been hand drawn before being edited digitally. The stereogram is a museum quality Giclée canvas print and is among the largest in the world. It is printed by the Canon technology using high quality Canon pigmented inks. The longevity is 80 years. The canvas is stretched on the wooden frame and ready to hang.
What is it?
A stereogram is a two-dimensional view which hides a three-dimensional object which can be spotted when looking to the distance. Looking at the stereograms makes a feeling like of a mystic space and that is why it arises a strong joy to many people.
Looking at the stereogram also often helps to relax tired eyes and strengthens muscles of the eye as well. It also serves as a perfect way to reduce eye strain and fatigue experienced after working on the computer.
How to View Stereogram?
1. Get as close to the picture as possible. Look through the stereogram without winking or turning your eyes away as if looking through the window.
2. Wait till the picture turns blurry before your eyes and then go back away very slowly.
3. Some parts of the stereogram will start getting closer quite soon while others may seem to move further away from your gaze. Finally, a concrete three-dimensional object will emerge from the depths of the picture. The greater is the distance from the image, the greater is the 3D effect.
Limited edition size: 500 pcs.
Print: Museum quality Giclée print on the Art Premium canvas 370 gsm, the canvas is stretched and ready to hang
Printed image size: 110 x 110 cm (43.31 x 43.31 in)
Stretched canvas size: 100 x 100 cm (39.37 x 39.37 in)
Longevity (in the best atmospheric conditions): 80 years in average daylight conditions, 200 years in the darkness
Year of creation: 2020
Shipping package: Wooden box