3d street art

Explore the mesmerizing world of 3D street art and be amazed by the optical illusions created on pavements. Discover top ideas to bring these incredible artworks to your city streets.
30 Pics Of 3D Street Art That Interacts With Its Surroundings, Created By Caiffa Cosimo 3d Street Art, Psychedelic Art, Acropolis, Trees, Urban Art, Land Art, Pavement Art, Design, Illusions

Street art has had a bad reputation, some people even think it's a crime, but there are some amazing artists out there who transform empty walls and spaces into works of art. That’s exactly what Milano-based street Artist Cosimo Cheone Caiffa does, but with a twist. He creates amazing 3D interactive pieces that look stunning.

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Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti, Street Art Graffiti, Land Art, 3d Street Art, Urban Street Art, Street Art Artists, Street Mural

Today I will show you more than 50 inspirational, amazing, incredible street art installations and outdoor murals. These murals will absolutely inspire you and amaze you. I hope you enjoy looking through these street murals. Have fun.

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54 3D Optical Illusions By This Talented Mexican Street Artist | Bored Panda Graffiti, Art Drawings, Dieren, Kunst, Resim, Sanat, Fantasy, Grafiti, Art Design

While some graffiti artists put questionable art and tags around cities, others are turning urban spaces into mind-bending art. The talented 31-year-old Mexican artist Carlos Alberto GH, based in Guadalajara, creates extraordinary anamorphic street art. He transforms dull spaces into surrealistic scenes that come to life at the right angle. It looks like his creations are jumping out of the pavement or walls and the best part is that you can make it seem as if you are interacting with them…

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Butterfly Specimen Boxes Painted as Multi-Story Murals by Mantra Graffiti, Instagram, Murals, Giant Butterfly, Mural, Specimen, Shadows, Graffiti Art, Shadow

France-based street artist Mantra has been unveiling a series of trompe l’oeil murals that convert the facades of commercial and residential buildings into larger-than-life butterfly display cases in Spain, Austria, France, and Bogota. Seen here are a few pieces from the last year, but you can explore a bit more on Facebook. (via Lustik) More