Bright Sketchy NO - Stereogram PosterHeather Buchanan
Remember Magic Eye pictures? Those patterns that have a hidden 3D image within? Well they're also called Stereograms, and I've been on a quest to reinvent them.
I've made them cute and hip instead of abrasive neon nightmares.
This particular Stereogram is like a Magic 8 Ball with just one answer - NO. Luckily it's the answer to most of life's questions. Hang this on your wall, and let it guide you through life.
To see the hidden image:
Relax your eyes while looking at the poster. Let your vision go slightly blurry. Then try to focus a few inches behind the poster until a hidden image begins to emerge.
If that doesn't work, cross your eyes, and slowly uncross them while staring at the image.
Stereograms work because the hidden 3D image is in focus at a different depth than the poster itself. Crossing your eyes or looking beyond the image allows your eyes to focus at a different depth.
Poster is 16"x20" on thick semigloss poster paper. Shipped rolled in a tube.
*I print many of these to order, which adds a couple days to turnaround time.*