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Gorilla Kiss

Major collection: Holography
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Multiplex Moving Holograms; Claudius, Peter
Date made: 1974
Materials: 120° integral stereogram (Multiplex); film
Measurements: 9 1/2 in x 19 in
Nomenclature: commercial
Classification: holograms

Rainbow-colored image of a person in a gorilla suit, shown from waist up; when viewer stands to left of hologram, the gorilla holds the left hand up in front of its mouth. As viewer moves to right, the left hand drops and mouth opens, as though the gorilla is blowing a kiss. When viewer reaches right side of hologram, the gorilla lifts its right hand and puts a finger up its nose.


Pam Brazier is in the gorllia suit. This hologram is a parody version of the Pam's famous "Kiss" - a flagship hologram of the Multiplex Company. Please note that due to the unique challenges of holography as a medium, high-resolution digital images are not available for most items in the holography collection. Please contact us for more information on reproducing images of holograms.
MOH-1976.62