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One of the most powerful and impressive nuclear detonations of all time: The French 'Licorne' (Unicorn) Thermonuclear test of 1970 with a yield of 914 kilotons.
Based on the 1970 photo, this is a 3D relief framed micro painting representation sized at
In: 3 w x 2.2 d x 0.3 h / Cm: 7.6 w x 5.7 d x 0.7 h
This is the regular sized option. You can get the large size one, here.
This item is part of a product line of framed micro-paintings called ''3D History'', depicting famous photographs and artwork of important historical, artistic, scientific and sociopolitical background. These micro-paintings can be displayed on a desk, a bookshelf, glued on a wall (via blue tack or double sided tape/foam) or even used as elaborate fridge magnets, if magnets (or magnetic tape) are attached on the back.
The painting 3D relief is not made by automated software which usually extrudes certain characteristics, up to a single height level. The relief is achieved manually and several techniques are employed to enhance the final result where applicable, depending on the subject (artificial horizon, full/partial 3D scene reconstruction, light enhancing presentation etc.).
This particular item is designed is such a way, that bright back-lighting will enhance the visual impression of the painting.
The item is not self standing - A stand such as this is recommended for optimal display.
Note: The stand pictured with the 'Licorne' micro-painting is not included with the item. It must be purchased separately.