David Bowie's swansong Blackstar gave fans plenty to digest musically, but the late singer also stashed tons of surprises within the album's physical packaging too.
Following the discovery of a hidden starfield, designer Jonathan Barnbrook hinted that there were plenty more secrets to uncover — spawning further diligent detective work from fans.
Now, another fan has come forth claiming to have noticed a new hidden component to the Blackstar packaging. Chris Gray told NME that he's found 3D images hidden in the album booklet.
"I noticed that there is a very quirky design on the page where the lyrics 'Girl Loves Me' appears," he said. "I was pretty sure this was an instruction — and so it transpired."
He further explained: "What you have to do is bring the booklet to within about 10 cm of a wall in a blackened room and shine a torch [a flashlight] on the images that appear in the booklet (such as the stars, the man and woman, the 'Lazarus' title etc, etc,) and what you get is a range of fantastic coloured and 3D images. The lyrics also appear 3D with red shadow colouring."
If you've got a copy of the Blackstar LP, feel free to test the latest fan theory out.