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Surreal Street Artworks That Looks Like the Walls Were Chiselled Out

Rodrigo Miguel Sepúlveda Nunes (aka Vile) is an amazing artist from Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal who has been generating buzz for his ‘Trompe-l’Å“il‘ 3D artworks and graffiti murals. In an ongoing series, Vile creates the illusion of chiselled out walls by playing with perspective and showing viewers a glimpse of the scene behind the wall. In the before/after photos below you can appreciate his skill with a spray can. For more, be sure to follow his latest works at the links below! RODRIGO NUNES AKA VILE Website | Facebook…

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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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