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50 Absolutely Stunning 3D Street Art (Paintings)
3d Street Art, often known as 3d chalk art is 2-dimensional artwork drawn on the street itself that gives you a 3-dimensional optical illusion from a certain perspective. It can be very breathtaking, realistic and at the same time captivating once you get the angle correct. And creating one is certainly through and challenging as you are creating a realistic 3d view out of a 2d painting.
3d street art are gaining much popularity these days. Notable brands are already taking advantage of public’s curiosity on 3D street paintings to create awareness for their products. You’ll see some later in the post. In today’s post, I’d like to show you some of the really stunning 3d Street art that I’ve came across and I think you’ll like them too. Full list after jump.
Hot river. Nearly the whole street were taken to create this earth cracking effect. Brilliant piece of art! (via Edgar Mueller)
Ice abyss. Watch out to not fall in this huge ice abyss! (via Edgar Mueller)
Raft. Now that the street is flooded, raft is your only resort to get to the other side. (via Edgar Mueller)
Johnnie Walker in Taipei. Underworld of Johnnie Walker. (via Manfred Stader)
Mysterious cave. You don’t have to travel around around the world exploring mysterious caves – somtimes they are just under you. (via Edgar Mueller)
Reflection. People on the upper part of the image is real but their reflection on the bottom part of the image is drawn. (via Kurt Wenner)
Melstorm. And here comes the vortex! (via Kurt Wenner)
Muses. This drawing looks like an old, classic painting, similar to paintings in medieval castles. (via Kurt Wenner)
Hole. Another drawing which shows what happens under the street. (via Kurt Wenner)
Relaxing giant. A huge giant relaxing on the street. (via Kurt Wenner)
Horses. It’s a cowboy show, yee-haw! (via Kurt Wenner)
Office stress. This drawing represents daily life of a typical office, maybe? (via Kurt Wenner)
Crazy river. Just hold on and here we go… Oh snap, I didn’t see that crock down the river! (via Julian Beever)
Escalator. Escalator from the underground. This looks very realistic! (via Manfred Stader)
Grant’s. Ice cold 3D chalk drawing for “Grant’s”. (via Manfred Stader)
Smart. This is very big, shiny drawing which is made for “Smart”. (via Manfred Stader)
Nails. Ouch, this hurts! (via Manfred Stader)
Asian Paints – Mumbai. What’s this? It’s a colour waterfall! (via Manfred Stader)
EasyJet – Edinburg. So it’s possible to kick back at a beach, in the middle of a city. (via Manfred Stader)
Hot bath. And here we have a hot bath which is open for everyone! (via Manfred Stader)
Costa – Covent Garden. A really realistic cup of cappuccino. (via Manfred Stader)
Ford Mexico. (via Manfred Stader)
T-Com. (via Manfred Stader)
Orange. Beautiful underworld by Orange. (via Manfred Stader)
3D Shark. (via Manfred Stader)
HDI. Be careful where you park your car. (via Manfred Stader)
Treuhaus. 3D chalk drawing can also be on the wall. (via Manfred Stader)
A fair in cologne. (via Manfred Stader)
Alice In Wonderland. Where fantasy meets reality. (via Manfred Stader)
Pfizer. (via Manfred Stader)
Bukaresti – Romania 2009. Watch out for the crashing in car, or should it be crasing up. (via Manfred Stader)
The world’s biggest fly. World’s biggest fly meets world smallest fly-spray. (via Julian Beever)
Batman and Robin to the rescue. (via Julian Beever)
Waste of water. (via Julian Beever)
Eiffel Tower Sand-Sculpture. Artificial Eiffel Tower built using sand. (via Julian Beever)
Self-portrait of artist with liquid refreshment. He has drawn himself! (via Julian Beever)
Treasures. Found a treasure in the center of the city! (via Julian Beever)
Hang on!. That’s right, the help is on its way. (via Julian Beever)
Spiderman. (via Julian Beever)
Taking the plunge. Ready, get set, jump! (via Julian Beever)
Waterfall. (via Julian Beever)
Heaven. It seems like we have a heaven beneath us too. (via Tracy Lee Stum)
Train. Here comes the underground train! (via Tracy Lee Stum)
Water In The Way. How should I cross this? Tough question. (via Tracy Lee Stum)
Escape of the mummy. Mummy is climbing out of underground! (via Tracy Lee Stum)
Temple of the jaguar. (via Tracy Lee Stum)
The Medici Garden. (via Tracy Lee Stum)
Drawn Basketball Optical Illusion. Someone should take that ball of the street, or maybe not. (via Greg Lehman)
Lizards. Animals from the underground. (via Gregor Wosik)
Jack Daniels. (via Gregor Wosik)
Step into 3D street art
Street art comes in many shapes and sizes, and certainly, one of its forms is the largely popular and loved 3D street art. It is probably one of the most literal forms of street art, as it is most often painted directly on streets, sidewalks and walking surfaces. Named also as pavement art or sidewalk art, it is commonly referred to as chalk art, since chalk is the principal artistic medium of sidewalk artists.Eduardo Relero – El Gran Guru – Seville, Spain
This 3D form of graffiti is actually a two-dimensional picture that, when observed from a certain angle, gives an illusion of a 3D object, landscape or figures. The style of chalk art is realistic, hyperrealistic even, rendered perfectly, to the best ability of a particular artist. The experience chalk art creates is often entirely captivating, as it conjures a new world within our grey everyday reality. Its character is ephemeral, due to the chalk medium, as it is meant to be for any passing entertainment of the masses.Chalk art
3D street art comes in different designs. There are references to 3D within the realm of what is generally considered graffiti and street art, and some of the artists have taken it a step further, creating a tangible 3D technique, such as yarn bombing.Odeith – 3D Octopus
Influences of 3D street art are visible throughout the body of work of some of the most revered street and urban artists today. Ron English, for example, is famous for his ingenious renderings of pop icons and brand imagery. These artistic interpretations overtly exude 3D quality, disclosing the artist’s mastery of each technique, as well as their ability to play with illusion, distorting the images in strange or unexpected ways. Some of his 3D graffiti are without a doubt inspired by chalk art, but Ron English has taken this attractive form of painting to a higher level, giving it a lasting quality.Left: Ron English/ Right: Olek and Ron English
Another impressive example of 3D graffiti art is the work of a street artist called MTO. This interesting artist is known for creating large scale murals depicting various portraits of people, usually exploiting entire sides of buildings. The gigantic black&white figures are sometimes accentuated by a dash of protruding, suggestive color, as they sit, sleep, read, talk, eat and coexist with the rest of the world. Undoubtedly talented, MTO has used the best features of 3D effect to his advantage when he painted his massive murals in Rennes, France, one of which resembles a giant from a fairy tale who is trying to get something, or someone out of a normal sized house. MTO gives his murals the fun, imaginative and narrative quality 3D art often lacks, and durable character, since his graffiti are done with permanent paint.MTO mural in Sarasota Florida
Another interesting take on 3D graffiti comes in the form of yarn bombing. This [illegal] phenomenon is also called yarn storming, guerrilla knitting, urban knitting, graffiti knitting or, my personal favorite – kniffiti. It is a form of street art dedicated to livening-up the cold and austere urban areas by graffiti made out of knitted, or crocheted yarn instead of paint. This method gives the space a particular tactility, warmth, and homely feel that the classic, painted graffiti do not have, but it also makes it temporary in essence, since it is easily removed. The yarn bombing interpretation of 3D is exact, as it is more of an installation than painting.Olek
One of the most interesting and prolific kniffiti artists today is Olek, a New York based cheerful creative activist of Polish origin. Her vividly colored, happy and deliberately kitschy yarn creations cover numerous walls, monuments, indoor spaces, furniture of small, pretty items. Some are placed guerilla-style, some are framed in galleries, but all preach the same message of freedom.Olek – Crocheted Object – Clock
3D Street Art – History
3D street art is an old urban tradition, originating in the 19th century Britain. The urban population was proven grateful when it was offered an alternative to the grey, smokey, industrialized surroundings. These fantastic images have greatly evolved since, but the tradition of executing the short-lasting chalk pictures on sidewalks and squares remains, as it will always attract attention and entertain the passers-by with its imaginative and captivating nature.3D Street Art 3D Street Art Left: Kurt Wenner – Disaster, 2011/ Right: Nikolaj Arndt – 3D Street Art
All images for illustrative purposes only
30 Examples of 3D Street Art
1. Aakash Nihalani
A young conceptual artist from New York, Aakash Nihalani, expresses his twisted vision of the visible world through 3D street art executed by duct tape
Street art is frequently associated with graffiti alone, but the truth is it is probably one of the oldest and most definitely one of the most exact styles of street art. 3D street art derives from so-called street painting, and as its predecessor, its usually executed on streets, sidewalks, or other public pavement areas. 3D murals are also common, but less than pavement pictures. Artists who create 3D street paintings usually use chalk as their principal medium, so on occasion a synonym for the trade – chalk art – is used, while the usual term for the style is anamorphic painting.
The name 3D street art signifies two-dimensional image, which, when observed from a particular angle, conjures up an illusion of a three-dimensional scene or an object. Subjects of this style are vast and various, from single figures, to groups, from simple objects to elaborate landscapes that transform the entire street into a different world. Therefore, the common manner of painting is quite realistic, since the illusion is the key objective of the work.
Although the global debate on street art and graffiti is ongoing, 3D street art is largely beloved by all. It’s even often commissioned by companies to promote their products in an engaging way. This may be the case because this type of street painting is entirely ephemeral, rendered by chalk easily removed with water.
3D street art has many shapes and forms, it’s executed on both small and very large scale, always entertaining the people and frequently having an enchanting effect.
Modern street art employs this way of painting through traditional chalk art, but in murals, permanent graffiti and a new, fabric technique – graffiti knitting, which takes the meaning of 3D to a completely new level. Here are 30 images of some of the most captivating and successful 3D street artwork today.
2. Edgar Mueller – The Crevasse
Edgar Mueller is one of the most prolific street painters today. This icy crevasse is one of his most famous works. He is known to transform the whole street into a river, lava river or an abyss.
3. Jennifer Chaparro – Horses
After finishing her horses at the Buffalo Street Painting festival, the artist rode away into the sunset on her amazing creation.
4. Joe and Max
These two 3D street painters travel the world making their incredible pictures, while working with famous clients such as Disney or Google. This wall 3D painting was done for Rag and Bone New York.
5. Leon Keer
Starting off as a mural painter, Leon Keer transferred to the world of chalk art. His fantastic images are now famous across the world, such as this homage to the vintage video game Space Invaders.
6. Tracy Lee Stum
Tracy Lee Stum specializes in large scale 3D street painting with a distinctive interactive characteristic.
7. Eduardo Relero
This Spanish 3D street artist created amazing indoor and outdoor illusions. This one may be inspired by Escher.
8. Julian Beever
Fantastic illusions by Julian Beever have a particularly painterly style, blurry and soft, which makes them the most supple 3D street art creations of all.
9. Solaris by Joe and Max
Joe and Max work their magic indoors as well. This piece was executed on a floor inside a huge office building.
10. Kurt Wenner – The Flying Carpet in Bettona Italy
Kurt Wenner is probably the most masterly street painter of all. His style is greatly inspired by classical arts, and he transfers modern images into it, perfectly connecting the real and the unreal world.
11. Kurt Wenner – The Interrupted Tea Party
This phenomenal tea party was painted in Shanghai in China.
12. Kurt Wenner – Honda Formula
Kurt Wenner also does commissioned pavement pieces. This one was produced for Honda in Jakarta, Indonesia.
13. Nikolaj Arndt – Swan Lake
A Russian artist, Nikolaj Arndt, depicted his beautiful vision of Tchaikovsky’s ballet Swan Lake in the street.
14. Nikolaj Arndt – Baby Beagle
This piece shows how a single puppy done in the right way can have just as amazing effect as the large compositions.
15. Rod Tryon
Rod Tryon has been creating 3D street painting for 25 years, embellishing our environment with stunning imagery.
16. Eric Grohe
A designer and illustrator, Eric Grohe, creates fantastic and permanent 3D murals. This is another way of making street art, but it’s more durable than chalk.
Daim is a German graffiti writer who has been spray painting since 1989. His letter forms are three dimensional, appearing tangible and real.
18. MTO in Rennes
MTO is a French street artist who created a series of amazing 3D giants around the town of Rennes, France.
19. Ron English in Brooklyn
One of the street art pioneers and graffiti veterans is famous for his pop art renderings of famous figures, designer toys, but also for his 3D street art work.
20. Olek – Car in Wall street
Polish born and New York based guerilla knitter has been dressing up streets of New York and the world for some time. Her specialty are monuments, her technique is crochet.
21. Eduardo Relero
The key to remember a great 3D street art is to take a clever photo of it.
22. Manfred Stader
One of the active 3D street painters is Manfred Stader.
23. Julian Beever
This girl is enjoying her free time in a pool in a picture by Julian Beever.
24. Julian Beever
If we look at the work from another angle, no girl or anything can be seen. Her leg is hardly recognizable.
25. Manfred Stader
Being very prolific, Manfred Stader works worldwide. This lion pit is from Cannes Street Painting festival.
26. Tracy Lee Stum – Garden pond
It may be cheaper to hire an artist to paint a pond in your garden than to actually build it. This looks incredibly realistic.
A French street artist mixes graffiti with 3D street painting, getting amazing mural solutions which allure and include the observer.
28. Gregor Wosik
A German 3D artist works in the street and around public spaces, vitalizing the dull city environment.
29. Edgar Mueller Shark
Working around the world, some of the images made by Edgar Mueller may be a little frightening, such as this shark painted in Taipei.
30. Ruben Poncia in Amsterdam
A wonderful picnic spot made by Ruben Poncia in the middle of Dutch capital.
Это удивительное 3D стрит-арт искусство
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