A lenticular is an image that appears differently depending on how you look at it. It is created with a series of images used together to create the illusion of movement. It’s a highly complex process, with multiple images exactly positioned under lenticular lenses only a fraction of a millimeter wide. If you’ve ever seen a postcard or movie poster that changes when you look at it from the left vs. the right, you’ve seen a lenticular.
Lenticulars usually require a special plastic sheet consisting of many tiny convex lenses.
Create an impression that moves your target audience - in more ways than one - with a lenticular sign. Made of two or more photographs that are computer scanned, printed, layered and covered by a special plastic lens, a lenticular sign "flips" the image as you walk by, giving the impression of movement or depth.