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3D Graffiti Requires Glasses For Best Viewing

3D Graffiti Requires Glasses For Best Viewing
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Artist James Cochran has created a new style that makes graffiti a 3D experience, painting one piece on the wall of a London cafe.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 december 2012

Australian-born, London-based artist James Cochran (a.k.a. Jimmy C) has developed his pointillist-style painting into a 3D street art experience. The 3D graffiti first appeared on the streets last month, with the piece ‘Girl with Spheres in 3D’. Painted on the wall of the Bird & Ballard cafe at The Foundary in London, the work can be enjoyed with or without 3D glasses. Lost At E Minor notes that the coffee shop has a collection of 3D glasses, which it has been handing out to people interested in viewing Cochran’s graffiti.

Innovative Street Graffiti Is Best Seen With 3D Glasses

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