Impressive optical illusions with Street Art 3D

Attention, if you are scared of heights...

Escrito por Enigmatux el 28 febrero 2009 a las 10h30
You are probably many to know them, but for those who have never seen them, I invite you to discover fabulous works of Edgar Mueller, a German artist majored in Street Art 3D or Street Painting, a projection technical called anamorphosis to create the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the correct angle with chalk, paint, pastel painting or spray paint.

Edgar MuellerEdgar Mueller


Through his compositions, Edgar Mueller offers you beautiful trompe-l'oeil with nice perspectives. His latest works, Ice Age, created for the "Festival of World Culture" in Ireland, needed 5 days to the completion of this huge picture and five assistant.

Edgar Mueller


Here a video to show the evolution of this realization :



If you want more information about Edgar Mueller and his 3D paints, you can visit his official website by clicking here.

Come on, I suggest you to discover too the work of the American Kurt Wenner, many of his creations have been published in magazines and have been broadcasted in some TV broadcasting.

Kurt Wenner


Kurt WennerKurt Wenner


You can also watch the optical illusions of Julian Beever.

Julian Beever


Julian BeeverJulian Beever


If you want to see more, you can go here to visit the website of Kurt Wenner or there for the one of Julian Beever.

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streetpaintingtv
28/02/2009 - 16:24
 
Street painting video on YouTube of international 3-D street painter Rod Tryon drawing in Dubai for the DSF called streetpainting.tv: At the 2009 Dubai Shopping Festival. Very colorful!
truth
01/03/2009 - 05:55
 
Cool ! , looks like the earth parted right under the street.

unaware cars must've skidded to halt. ;)
optimalsupreme-ban
01/03/2009 - 19:22
 
he is great -nowthat is an Artist to the nth degree . He should star making a class on doing that. It really cool
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