Dior Summer Window Display
DIOR 2016 summer window display is a testament to the perfect marriage of lenticular printing and visual merchandising creativity, leading the way in the trend of applying lenticular printing in window displays. This display primarily features shades of gray and crimson, with the eyes and lips serving as the central themes. As you pass by the showcase, you'll be amazed to see the eyes and red lips naturally shifting between "closed, half-opened, open, half-closed, closed"! It's truly a remarkable sight to behold.
Thanks to our meticulous work attitude, strictly controlled production processes, and extensive experience, we were able to complete the production of hundreds of stores worldwide in just over a month, from formal order placement to finalization. Our dedication to detail ensures that every step of the production process is tightly monitored, resulting in the efficient and timely delivery of products.
Lenticular printing is a captivating printing technique that produces images with the illusion of depth or motion. This is accomplished by incorporating a specialized lens over the printed image, which has a series of ridges or grooves that refract light differently based on the viewer's angle. Consequently, as the viewer changes their viewing angle, different aspects of the image are revealed, producing the impression of depth or motion. Its versatility and capacity to generate compelling visuals make it a favored option for advertisers, marketers, and designers who want to craft memorable and impactful imagery.
Typically, the traditional size limit for Lenticular Printing is confined to 1.2m*2.4m. However, our production offers greater diversity in size, with the largest screen measuring up to 1.9m*1.9m. Moreover, we can even produce super large lenticular paintings, with sizes exceeding 2m*3m!