French design team Helmo – Thomas Couderc and Clément Vauchez – put together a pretty crafty series called Bêtes de Mode using an anaglyph 3D technique. The images of the animals in the red hue merged with images of beautiful people in the cyan hue – in a synchronous pose – make you almost want to put your 3D glasses on. But really, it’s not necessary, because the design aesthetic is so striking and haunting, they are meant to be viewed as you see them now. How amazing would they look blown up, right?
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