When you look at these amazing 3D graffiti and street art by some world artists, your mind can be easily played and tricked because of their stunning optical illusion which at anytime can take you to fantasy land. Check them out.
As a matter of fact, as we think of 3D art, the most common thing that comes to mind is the incredible chalk art applying artistic skill as well as mathematical perspective to brighten sidewalks.
At its best, some stunning street art and graffiti can stop you in your tracks. Lavished on some artists like Leon Keer or Nikolaj Arndt, rightly so, the results merit the immense praise. But as a matter of fact, most 3D street art takes various forms.
Like the classical trompe l’oeil murals of Patrick Commecy for example, or the anamorphic art of Odeith and Alexis Facca, each has a way of playing with optical illusions.
While several virtuals and augmented reality are all the rage, certain artists have been creating 3D street art for quite some time. In fact, their street arts are often jaw-dropping.
Artist Alice Pasquini can certainly quest your thirst on this kind of street art if you really are looking to throw on an old-fashioned pair of 3D glasses. For sure, her Underlayers project sucks you into her artwork through 3D photographic techniques.
As you already know that any 3D street art almost always comes in all sizes and shapes. Be it from anamorphic illusions to trompe l’oeil murals.
The advantage of optical illusions that we can soon take is that they can bring you into an artistic fantasy land. Let’s take a look at some incredible variety of 3D graffiti being displayed at some common spots.
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