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Not Everything Is So Black & White - Big Daddy 3D Variant (Rain Changes Colour)

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Not Everything Is So Black & White - Big Daddy 3D Variant (Rain Changes Colour) by Eelus
Not Everything Is So Black & White - Big Daddy 3D Variant (Rain Changes Colour) by Eelus

To celebrate a series of exclusive 3D lenticular releases by Eelus, the artist has decided to re-visit his most iconic and sought after work - Not Everything Is So Black & White - and in this incredible lenticular, the rain changes colour as you move around the piece, drawing your eye into the world of a small child sheltering from the rain.


Since its initial release in 2010, the demand for this award winning work has been unprecedented and we have often been asked whether the artist will be releasing more work of the image. So with this in mind - artrepublic are thrilled to be showcasing what will be the final version of this classic piece, now brought to life in stunning 3D. The piece is from an edition of just 50 and is signed and numbered on the reverse by the artist.

Not Everything Is So Black & White was initially released in 2012 as a Limited Edition silkscreen - and became the first in a series of work, followed by After The Rain, released in 2013 and Where They'll Never Find Us - another artrepublic exclusive, released in 2015. This trilogy of work is perhaps the artist's most well known and loved, and we're anticipating this incredible lenticular to sell out in record time.

Lenticular technology has advanced in recent years, and this release is an amazing example of the superior imagery, crisper 3D movement and greater colour saturation, now available to artists. Eelus has worked hard to create his own 3D vision of this work, ensuing the finished pieces reflect his artistic intentions. Works are signed and numbered on the reverse by the artist.

About The Artist - Eelus

Balancing the opposing forces of the humorous and macabre, vivid color and stark monochrome, Eelus’ work brings the beautiful and sometimes caustic realities of the world together.


It all started when he was a kid, drawing posters of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to sell in the schoolyard so he could buy chocolate. Some years later, he’d sold enough posters and art prints to leave his day job behind, turning a lifelong hobby into a full-time profession.

Since then, he’s exhibited his art works worldwide alongside some of the biggest names in the urban art scene, with the majority of his releases selling out incredibly fast.

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Not Everything Is So Black & White - Big Daddy 3D Variant (Rain Changes Colour)

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£3,500
  • Lenticular
  • Artwork size: 100 x 140 cm
  • Edition of 2

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To celebrate a series of exclusive 3D lenticular releases by Eelus, the artist has decided to re-visit his most iconic and sought after work - Not Everything Is So Black & White - and in this incredible lenticular, the rain changes colour as you move around the piece, drawing your eye into the world of a small child sheltering from the rain.


Since its initial release in 2010, the demand for this award winning work has been unprecedented and we have often been asked whether the artist will be releasing more work of the image. So with this in mind - artrepublic are thrilled to be showcasing what will be the final version of this classic piece, now brought to life in stunning 3D. The piece is from an edition of just 50 and is signed and numbered on the reverse by the artist.

Not Everything Is So Black & White was initially released in 2012 as a Limited Edition silkscreen - and became the first in a series of work, followed by After The Rain, released in 2013 and Where They'll Never Find Us - another artrepublic exclusive, released in 2015. This trilogy of work is perhaps the artist's most well known and loved, and we're anticipating this incredible lenticular to sell out in record time.

Lenticular technology has advanced in recent years, and this release is an amazing example of the superior imagery, crisper 3D movement and greater colour saturation, now available to artists. Eelus has worked hard to create his own 3D vision of this work, ensuing the finished pieces reflect his artistic intentions. Works are signed and numbered on the reverse by the artist.

About The Artist - Eelus

Balancing the opposing forces of the humorous and macabre, vivid color and stark monochrome, Eelus’ work brings the beautiful and sometimes caustic realities of the world together.


It all started when he was a kid, drawing posters of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to sell in the schoolyard so he could buy chocolate. Some years later, he’d sold enough posters and art prints to leave his day job behind, turning a lifelong hobby into a full-time profession.

Since then, he’s exhibited his art works worldwide alongside some of the biggest names in the urban art scene, with the majority of his releases selling out incredibly fast.

Shipping & Returns

This artwork ships from the UK.

Shipping costs will be calculated automatically at checkout depending on your shipping address. We aim to dispatch unframed prints within 10 working days of receiving your order but sometimes, it may take longer. We’ll keep you informed by email on the progress of your order. Custom framed artworks are usually dispatched within 21 working days of receiving your order, but sometimes might take longer. You will be contacted by our courier service to arrange delivery.

Please note that your order may be subject to import duties and fees upon delivery, depending on your shipping destination.

If you have an account, you can also log in and track the progress of your order. If you're not entirely happy with your artwork, you can return it to us within 14 days and choose a replacement or receive a full refund. Our returns policy excludes artworks that are made to order, such as artwork that has been custom framed, timed releases or commissioned artworks. These cannot be returned unless they are faulty.

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