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    An Explosive Mosaic
    BZPowerPosted on Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 at 9:19pm by Andrew, BZPower News Manager

    A few years ago we saw a new type of LEGO mosaic storm the convention circuit. Made up of thousands of cheese slopes, these lenticular mosaics show two different images when viewed from the left or the right. Enamored by these designs, BZPower Reporter xccj amassed the 4,608 slopes he needed to build a 48-by-96 stud Mt. St. Helens Lenticular Mosaic. The piece depicts the famous volcano before and after erupting, looking serene and beautiful from the left and belching ash and lava on the right. It's a great juxtaposition and is executed well. I look forward to seeing it in person some day!

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