Friday, February 26, 2010

The Hologram Postcard


Antiquarian Holographica is about the collection, appreciation, and scholarly study of late-20th century printed ephemera as it relates to holography.

As such , it celebrates the scientific, artistic, social and cultural history of this Nobel prize winning field.

This postcard commemorates the 50th anniversary of the invention of the LASER 1960-2010.
You can view this hologram postcard in any ordinary light, such as a light bulb, sunlight, penlight, or even a candle. The magical holographic image is of an Egyptian Pharaoh (see it with your own eye) , and it is placed right in the center of a matrix of historical laser and holography ephemera (historical printed documents).


3 comments:

Postcardy said...

Happy PFF.

Sheila said...

What an interesting card! I've never seen one like that before.

Mary said...

I loved blowing it up and looking at the pharoah - cool!