Street Art – incredible illusions. Part I
Since before people introduced the word “Graffiti,” people have been leaving their marks on walls. These people weren’t viewed as criminals, nor were they likely seen as artists, but they could be hailed as forebears of modern journalism. Before there was recorded history, there were recorded events, and recorded moments. As culture has evolved over the years, so has art, and what we leave behind tells a story for those who follow.
Three-dimensional drawings on the pavement - is a special line of street art, based on the perspective and optical illusion. This picture - anamorphosis - can be seen only from a certain point, but with her deliberately distorted image takes the right kind.
Historically, the first graph on the pavement appeared in Italy during the XIV century, when self-taught artist moved from town to town, entertaining the people of various religious scenes images directly on the medieval squares.
Today, techniques for creating three-dimensional image plane and at the same time, based on the distortion and perspective and is widely used for advertising purposes, causing us to pay attention to the most famous artists around the world working in this genre.
44-year-old Edgar Mueller (Edgar Mueller) was born and lives in Germany. In 25 Edgar realized that he wanted to devote his life to Street-Art. Since illusory figures on the pavement - this is for the artist and hobby and profession, and a way of earning a living. Edgar Mueller draws its 3D graphics and oil and spray paint. The area of his paintings up to 400 m2 (almost the area of a basketball court). Creating a masterpiece of art is 3D-artist at an average of 5 days.
|It is hard to believe looking at the photos that this is only images, not the real objects!|
|This is just a drawing on the pavement|