Photo Courtesy of Visionaire3-D imagery just got hotter thanks to the super cool Visionaire 62 RIO, which explores the different facets of the Brazilian city of Rio. Based on the 19th century fascination with stereotypes that furnished images of far off travels to people around the world, the Visionaire 62 RIO gives travel lovers a glimpse of the diverse city, in 3D. The limited edition specialty item reflects the "culture, personality, architecture, nature and people" of the city with images of Brazilian supermodel Adriana Lima photographed by the artist Richard Phillips.
Other images include artist Marilyn Minter photographing supermodel Izabel Goulart, filmmaker Cary Fukunaga choreographing Capoeira, artist Marco Brambilla's collages of Rio, a Tony Oursler installation photographed by Vicente de Paulo, and Jason Schmidt's portraits of Vik Miniz. Visionaire 62 RIO also features Adriana Verajao and Eli Sudbrack, Solve Sundsb? with Brazilian parrots, Russian performance artist Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich on Ipanema Beach, and Brazilian photographer Gabriel Mendes.
The device is available in two different cases by Brazil's most famous artists: a 3D lenticular case by Fernando and Humberto Campana (Campana Brothers), and a mobile lenticular case by Beatriz Milhazes. The stereoscope was a collaborative effort between Visionaire and product design company Aruliden, an NYC studio helmed by Rinat Aruh and Johan Liden. The limited edition issue is now available at the Visionaire website for $375.
To get more information visit VisionaireWorld.com.