Taco’s 3D lenticular picture presented to PM Modi

By 27 Oct 2017

Established in 2000, Taco Visions have been a pioneer in promoting 3D lenticular products in India.

Taco received a request from Mahamandaleshwar Swami Shri Sanvidanand to prepare a memento for Prime Minister, Narendra Modi during his recent visit to Kedarnath.

With the help of artist VV Sapar, Taco created “a picture of Lord Ganesh in the form of Omkar” which was later converted into a 3D painting by the lenticular process. TP Pandey, director of Taco Vision, emphasised, “The colours in the backdrop keep changing from red to green when it is flipped left to right.”

Pandey added, “The Prime Minister was impressed after receiving a gift and appreciated the craftsmanship and its creator. We at Taco Visions are also elated on hearing this news.”

This lenticular picture was presented on 21 October 2017 at Kedarnath, Uttarakhand.

Taco, which has successfully adopted innovative printing as its forte, was awarded the prestigious Lenstar Award in the Artistic category at Drupa 2012. During 2016, the company was nominated again for the same award, as well as in the large format lenticular category.

The company was featured in the 2012 edition of The Limca Book of Records for conceptualisation and installing the longest (68ft x 8ft) animated 3D (lenticular) wall mural at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai.



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