The Orange Martini Project is a one-of-a-kind art display by photographer, Lani Garfield, featuring lenticular prints that "move" when viewed from different angles that show the fun in Palm Springs, California lifestyle and it's amazing community. With participation from various local friends, artists, businesses, and even the mayor, the interactive display showcases the hip, locally found clothes and iconic mid-century modern architecture in a way that blurs the line between today and the days when The Rat Pack stayed and played in the desert.
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