Another excellent & unique Periodic Table of the Elements poster from Theodore Gray. Here's something you definitely haven't seen before... This poster incorporates Lenticular technology that uses linear lens elements laminated over a specially processed image to display different views to each eye, creating a convincing stereo 3D effect. The samples appear to stand out from the surface. Creating it required photographing every sample from 12 different angles. The prints measure 22" x 11.25" , the largest practical Lenticular size available... and they use a fine 110-lenses-per-inch screen. The Lenticular imaging layer makes the posters about 1/16" thick, which is similar to a plastic kitchen placemat in thickness but larger in size. The back side is filled with text giving the basic physical data about each element (atomic weight, melting point, boiling point, and density), and a three-line description of what each sample is, along with its approximate physical size.
(Please note that while the print quality is very good, Lenticular technology necessarily limits the sharpness of the images. These prints are not quite as sharp as the large poster version ).