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Massive 3D Street Art

Massive 3D Street Art
culture
Jeff Squires
  • 25 february 2009

Last year, during the Festival of World Culture in Ireland, German artist Edgar Mueller painted one his iconic optical illusions over a 250 square meter patch of asphalt.  Using acrylic wall paint to create the scene, it took the artist five days, working 12 hours a day to paint the massive crevasse; which, from the right perspective, looks remarkably realistic.

The below video is a great time lapse piece depicting the creation of the illusion as well as the curious interactions people have with it.

Be sure to also check out the Mueller’s Lava Burst.

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