These Taxi-Dermy lenticular prints by Joe Jin change from insect to vehicle depending on what angle they’re viewed from .
Jin on his work:
With over 150 residential high-rises and skyscrapers currently under construction, Toronto, Canada is experiencing unprecedented growth in the history of the country’s largest populated city. As apartments and condominiums become synonymous with city living, from several storeys up, city residents are privy to a view that was once less accessible but has now become commonplace – the aerial view. From above, and at a height of 150-240m (or 50-80 storeys; the new standard in Toronto condominium development heights), automobiles that dot the city streets below begin to resemble insects. Taxi-Dermy lenticular prints were designed as a playful acknowledgement of this new reality that we, along with the residents of most other major metropolitan cities, now find ourselves in.