3D Street Art Changes Depending On Your Vantage Point

3D Street Art Changes Depending On Your Vantage Point

This interactive piece is an optical illusion, where the image changes depending on the viewer's perspective.

Kyana Gordon
  • 21 february 2012

Recently, e1000, a Spanish street artist, painted a 3D pedestal protruding from the sidewalk of Paseo de Santa María de la Cabeza in Madrid. When seen from a birds’s-eye view, the piece transforms unknowing passersby into elevated human statues. The perspective changes at street level, and the 3D illusion remains intact, but looks much different than what was seen from above.

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