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Double Exposure Murals That Show Multiple Artworks with 3D Glasses

Insane51 is an incredible street artist from Athens, Greece that has garnered worldwide recognition for his ‘double exposure 3D style’ murals that show different artworks when viewed through the red/blue lenses of 3D glasses. Part of the Sake Tattoo Crew, Insane51 travels the globe, painting walls around the world at various street art festivals and exhibitions. To see more amazing works check out his Instagram page, @insane51   Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by…

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Artist Draws With Charcoal and Flour

A Sri Lankan artist (name unknown) has been generating buzz with his 3D drawings using only flour and charcoal. The temporary works use ‘forced perspective‘ to give them the 3D feel, meaning they need to be viewed from a specific angle to achieve the 3D effect. Viewing from other angles and the image will appear stretched and distorted. If you enjoy this kind of art be sure to check out our previous art posts that use forced perspective! [h/t/ reddit] Read more: https://twistedsifter.com/2018/08/artist-draws-with-charcoal-and-flour/

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You Gotta See the Before Pic to Really Appreciate This Mural

Artwork by CitéCréation At 40 Boulevard des Canuts in Lyon, France you will find this incredible trompe-l’Å“il mural by the French artist collective, CitéCréation. First completed in 1987, the monumental work has been updated several times since. However, to truly appreciate the impact and difference the mural has made you must see what the wall looked like before the artists gave it, its dramatic face lift. Trompe-l’Å“il (French for “deceive the eye”) is an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects exist…

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Artist Transforms Walls Into Giant 3D Specimen Boxes for Butterflies

Mantra is an artist currently based in Metz, France. In an ongoing series of murals, Mantra has been going huge on the sides of buildings, creating 3D specimen boxes for butterflies. The artworks have been popping up around Europe in cities in Spain, Austria and France in the last year alone. To see more artworks by Mantra check him out at the links below! [via Colossal] MANTRAFacebook | Instagram MANTRAFacebook | Instagram MANTRAFacebook | Instagram MANTRAFacebook | Instagram MANTRAFacebook | Instagram MANTRAFacebook | Instagram MANTRAFacebook | Instagram Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2017/10/3d-butterfly-specimen-boxes-by-mantra/

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