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Newer technologies may have superseded those red and green 3D glasses of our youth, but that doesn't mean that the golden age of retro 3D art is over. In fact, the young creators who contributed the 100+ works in this dazzling pictorial prove that this supposedly obsolete artform can still spring to life before our eyes. What makes this collection particularly arresting is the diversity of responses by artists working in numerous genres; from neo-surrealism and pop art to professional graphic design; from graffiti and streetwear to cartoons and SciFi inspired toys. Editor Tristan Eaton contributes a fascinating personal view of the subject which perfectly complements the historical essay by cultural critic Carlo McCormick. Retro, yet infinitely hip.