This Old-School Newspaper Ad Reveals A 3D Picture

This Old-School Newspaper Ad Reveals A 3D Picture
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The newspaper ad for a home kitchen brand reveals more than meets the eye

Cristina DiGiacomo
  • 21 december 2017

Karen Castaneda, art director, and Felipe Salazar, head of innovation at OMD in Colombia, turned the old newspaper classified on its head by making one into a 3D optical illusion. The ad was created for supermarket chain HiperCentro Corona.

At first glance, it seems the text is receding into the page. If you take a closer look, you’ll see the image of a kitchen appear. It is reminiscent of those Magic Eye posters from the 90s, which would reveal an image if you stared at them long enough. The rendering of the black-and-white ad text into 3D also lends the page a mind-bending M.C. Escher effect.

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Karen Castaneda, art director, and Felipe Salazar, head of innovation at OMD in Colombia, turned the old newspaper classified on its head by making one into a 3D optical illusion. The ad was created for supermarket chain HiperCentro Corona.

+advertising
+Design
+home
+Innovation
+Latin America
+Media & Publishing
+Media & Publishing
+newspapers
+optical illusion

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