1875, a series of stereoscopic photos to see the hell in 3D

2017-02-09 // unusual photography

An amazing series of vintage stereoscopic photos, which offers to see the hell in 3D! Published in 1875 by photographers François Benjamin Lamiche and Adolphe Block, these funny 3D photographs of hell are based on clay models created for the occasion. The photographs were then colorized by hand with semi-transparent tissue paper added to the back of the card. I just love it.

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