Lenticular Printing for New York Companies
We are pleased to announce our new location in New York!
For the past 25 years, we have been the top supplier of lenticular printing, servings the full United States but shipping from our California location. We are not expanding to our newest location, less than an hour outside of New York City. This will allow us ship times of just one day to much of the east coast.
Whether you’re looking for lenticular postcards, packaging, POP, large format panels, or just about any other application, we can now produce it and ship it to you in New York in record time.
New York Lenticular Printing
World3D has a long history of high profile New York lenticular projects.
Our clients include the New York Yankees, for whom we produced a hologram card give away featuring old Yankee Stadium. This sponsored piece was given away to all 50,000 fans in attendance.
More recent projects include large format panels that feature Central Park Tower, the largest residential building in the world. These panels were on display as the construction of the tower was taking place, telling New York of what was coming!
We worked with the New York lottery to create point of purchase display pieces that appeared at Bodegas throughout the city.
Dozens of ad agencies and promo agencies in the city have worked with World3D to bring lenticular to market through both national and local campaigns.
So if you’re in New York and looking for a partner printer to help you bring lenticular printing to your next campaign, please reach out and let us know how we can assist. We’ll here to help, and now we’re closer than ever!
What is Lenticular?
len·tic·u·lar: A specialized printing process that creates an illusion of motion or depth.
Lenticular prints start with standard digital files that we specially prepare to be work with the lens material. We then print that file directly to that lens to create the effect. This material is a plastic made up of lenticules, hence the name “lenticular printing”. The image, viewed through the lens, appears to move as it is turned, creating dramatic animation or depth. Learn more here.
How to Get Started
So you’ve decided to do a lenticular project…Great!
How do we do it? Simple!