This cardboard panorama of London folds and slots together, to create a picture that you can hang on your wall. But this is more than a picture - as you move, the buildings seem to swivel, and follow you.
This is a really impressive optical illusion, that can be quickly and easily constructed. The cardboard is prefolded and slots together without needing any glue.
Free plastic poster hangers are included with every print. The finished image is 66cm wide and 27cm high.Watch the video...
For those of you interested to know exactly which buildings are shown here, the three background objects, from left to right, are The London Eye, St Paul's Cathedral, and Tower Bridge.
The foreground buildings, from left to right, are Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament with the Clock Tower in the foreground (Big Ben is actually the name of the famous bell inside, which weights 13.5 tonnes), The White Tower (which is part of the Tower of London) and finally the building on the right is actually a composite of two buildings. In the foreground you cans ee Westminster cathedral, and in the background there is an elevation of St Paul's Cathedral. The latter is therefore the only building that appears twice in the panorama!
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