The Jason Dean 'Day and Night' Prints are so much fun that you'll want to see them with the lights on and off. What's amazing about these glow-in-the-dark posters is that their entire content changes according to light.
The Orlando-based designer created two different little towns: a sunny, cheery, welcoming place and a looming, mischievous, darker one. Dean tells My Modern Met, "The most fun part about creating this was definitely coming up with ideas for the 'night' parts and how to integrate them without being noticed during the day." The 18" x 24," 9-color screen prints are really entertaining. During the day, there is a nice city with well-behaved citizens; however, at night, new, dark characters and situations emerge. For example, there are crimes, zombies and fires. Additionally, The City, as it's called with the light on, changes its name to City Jail.
The Jason Dean 'Day and Night' Prints are currently on sale at The Best Part for $50; numbered prints are available for sale.
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