Stunning 3D Graffiti By Sergio Odeith

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Stunning 3D Graffiti By Sergio Odeith

His artworks became more publicly known when he adopted the 3d mural. This technique combines angles, lines, and shadows to create an effect that seems truly alive.

Graffiti art is not just an ordinary drawing. Not a bit of graffiti or drawing on the wall media that makes people amazed. Most artists who focus on exploring graffiti art are usually very good at drawing with spray paint, to produce extraordinary artworks of art.

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Some people still have a negative stigma when looking at graffiti. Yes, all this time graffiti is still closely related to juvenile delinquency. But look at the graffiti from an artist from Libson-Portugal named Sergio Odeith . You will surely be amazed!

He used to explore and diligently draw graffiti on the streets of Portugal since the 1990s. Some of Sergio's works caught the attention. Sergio makes graffiti more lively and looks real in three dimensions (3D). At that time, graffiti was not as popular as it is now. He began to make simple sketches on the road walls and railroad tracks, then began by making large-scale murals.

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His artworks became more publicly known when he adopted the 3d mural. This technique combines angles, lines, and shadows to create an effect that seems truly alive. An example is the work of Odeith in the form of changing an old concrete wall into a damaged bus and giant insects by starting sketching in an empty field.

In 2005, Odeith gained international recognition for his anamorphic art. One of his works in the form of giant spiders, received praise from critics of horror scientific films. These graffiti shows as if there is a giant spider that appears climbing up the wall, and can make anyone who sees it as if helpless.

Starting from the sidewall to the corners of the room, Sergio's artworks have always proven successful, inviting admiration. Curious as to what the appearance of graphite artwork?

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According to him, murals can always convey messages with images and faces, views, or letters accompanied by phrases.

Not surprisingly, this muralist was flooded with requests to design city corners in the United States, say in Baton Rouge, Los Angeles, Charleston, and Lexington. Odeith has also received business contracts from a number of large companies, such as Coca-Cola, Samsung, and Shell

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He gained recognition as a pioneer of 3D style by drawing 3D letters on different surfaces with walls that have an angle of 90 degrees. His wall painting creates an optical illusion effect that impresses thousands of internet users when he posts his artworks on Instagram. Until now, it already has 749k followers, and I am sure it will continue to grow because of the ability to create incredible 3D images. Unique and interesting is the result of his work that turns concrete blocks into a pile of "abandoned buses" using spray paint. The details are so impressive that anyone who sees the photos of this project for the first time believes that they really look at a bus.

Scroll down and see for yourself Sergio's cool works, as released by Bored Panda some time ago!

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All images source and credits: Sergio Odeith

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