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"Object Lesson: Hallucinatory collages tell the story of the U.S.-Mexico border"

By Carolina A. Miranda

August 20, 2015

As far as art forms go, it doesn't get more lowbrow than lenticulars, the 2-D printed pictures that, with the aid of a rippled, plasticized coating, appear three dimensional, often with animated effects. Think of those thrift store portraits of Jesus that appear to be winking.

Artists Jamex and Einar de la Torre have used this technology - generally reserved for popular religious art and advertising campains - to fantastic effect.