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[Dichromated Gelatin Holograms]

Major collection: Holography
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Lacey, Lee; Arkin, Robert; Stewart, Spike
Date made: date unknown
Materials: dichromated gelatin (reflection); glass
Measurements: 1 1/2 in
Nomenclature: commercial
Classification: holograms

Thirteen dichromated gelatin holograms in clear glass disks, stored within a slide protector sheet; all are transparent; greenish-gold images; holograms .01-.05 are by Spike Stewart, showing miniature models of the following: .01: baby (back to viewer) looking at vague skull floating in background; .02: demon-like creature and apple; .03: elephant; .04: monkey on tree with human eye in background; .05: grouping of small seashells; holograms .06-.09 are by Bob Arkin, showing small models of: .06: Bee-Gee's (3 members of music group under Bee Gee's sign); .07: doves; .08: pharaoh's mask; .09: dice; holograms .10-.13 are by Lee Lacey, showing small models of: .10: owl; .11: butterfly; .12: galloping horse; .13: Viking head

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