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Author Topic: 3D lenticular prints of mandelbulb 3D fractals on exhibit  (Read 1307 times)
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« on: April 05, 2017, 10:57:57 AM »

I am exhibiting several 3D lenticular prints in the ArtExpo exhibit in New-York later this month (http://artexponewyork.com/). Two of the pictures will be Mandelbulb3D fractals. Anybody from this community who happens to be nearby is invited. Links to the pictures:

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