An efficient economical process is provided to produce an impressive display with outstanding marketing and advertising appeal. In the process, multiple images are formed, such as on a central processing unit, the images are striped or manipulated, eliminating rows of pixels and replacing them with pixels from other images, and portions thereof are superimposed. The superimposed images can be printed on a viewable surface of the display. A lenticular lens, fresnel lenticular lens plate, lens with a textured surface, plate lens, ultraviolet cured resinous lens, lens with an undercut, cluster of anamorphic lenses, transparent rods, or grid, can be placed in front of the images to provide a special display which has the illusion of animation, morphing or movement as the angle of sight changes. The images can also be printed directly on the back surface of the lens to provide self-contained lenticular graphics. The special display can be used to provide: an attractive calendar, post card, decoding card, business card, bookmark, computer disc case, compact disc case, laser disc case, video cassette case, audio cassette case, display box, bag, insulating cup, lid, book, mural, picture frame, game piece, jewelry, button, shoe ornament, multi-faced hanging display, premium, award display, self-standing plaque, shelf header slide-in display, bumper sticker, pen, credit card, swinging display, wag, place mat, traffic sign, compact disc, laser disc, recordable disc, monitor, television screen, computer screen, flat screen panel display, and display with multiple rotating panels, as well as other products.