3D Pyramid Photography Art Print, Hallgrímskirkja
The Hallgrímskirkja an unmistakeable landmark in Reykjavík, Iceland. Its curves emphasised with the use of a fisheye lens, in addition to the geometrical patterns of its forecourt, made this a prime candidate for the Pyramid treatment. The image is made up of 7×5 two inch wide pyramids, to give an image size of 10inches x 14inches. The frame is 17.5inches x 14inches x 2.5 inches deep.
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Hallgrímskirkja is a 73m tall structure, the tallest church in Iceland. Striking both inside and out, it was completed in 1986 and remains instantly recognisable with its sweeping curves.
An original and unique piece of hand made art, constructed from folded paper pyramids, made to look like a perfectly normal picture from head on, but distorts and moves as the viewer moves relative to the picture. Constantly changing as the light changes, there is always something new that catches your eye with this art.
The picture is of the Hallgrímskirkja (Icelandic pronunciation: [ˈhatlkrimsˌcʰɪrca], church of Hallgrímur) is a Lutheran (Church of Iceland) parish church in Reykjavík, Iceland. The image is made up of 5×7 two inch wide pyramids, to give an image size of 10inches x 14inches. The frame is 17.5inches x 14inches x 2.5 inches deep.
It can be signed by the photographer/creator/artist (all the same person) if requested.