Manhattan-based artist Phillip Low creates these one-of-a-kind acrylic sculptures in various shapes, sizes, and colors. The pieces are made from sheets of colored acrylic laminated onto large blocks of acrylic that are then milled into geometric shapes.
The outer surfaces are either left rough or polished, both of which cause the colors to emit differently at various angles. His work is interactive and can be repositioned for alternate effects that can change one’s observation of each piece’s volume and color.
He recently started working with photos of his own work and began to create lenticular prints. Check out this video that features some of his prints, where each one shows three views of the same sculpture depending on what angle you are viewing it from. So cool!