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Wouldn't this be great for a runner down the wedding aisle or cute indoor outdoor carpet? Take a plastic lace tablecloth and spray paint it on lengths of colored fabric or burlap. Repeat for the length of the runner.

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This first chalk festival in Ireland in Dun Laoghaire Dublin. Leon Keer and Remko van Schaik were invited to make a street painting.

3D Street Art                                                                                    |AmazingStreetArt|

Kurt Wenner is the inventor of Street Painting and Pavement Art Illusion, and designs architecture, fine art, advertising and publicity images.

3D Street Art. #Illusion

Awesome 3D Street Art Illusions

Started at the beginning of the Street Art is a artwork drawn on the street that gives you a optical illusion effect

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Anamorphic images of impossible figures - street sidewalk art - can we do something like this but just with line work? or more simply in general?

I’ve done a post or two on this guy Nikolaj Arndt. His sidewalk chalk drawings are mind boggling. As usual we have to give a big H/T to Hujonwi this AM for theses pics.

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floor/street art created by Joe and Max. The gallery on their site is amazing. They need to come to my house and paint my living room floor!

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Street art What a fun art project Ulla Taylor banana peel pavement art Beautiful.

by Herakut - Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA (LP)

"O look at the horses and people, How they hurry and trample and fight! That's why I'm gonna be a mermaid when I grow up!" by Herakut, Street Art Utopia.reminds me of others who are going to be mermaids when they grow up :)

Kurt Wenner could have stretched the piece over a long space of sidewalk to play with our perception, but by creating this ad for Celebrity Cruises with a back wall, the drawing looks right no mater what angle you view it from.

Kurt Wenner is the inventor of Street Painting and Pavement Art Illusion, and designs architecture, fine art, advertising and publicity images.

What a fantastic imagination some street art artists have!  Who would have thought to dress up an ordinary pylon by painting a spectacular aboriginal hand? I notice the column in the background is also painted the same. This is beautiful.

Why should city infrastructure be boring? Why not add a bit of paint and give life some spice. Life should be fun! More - [cool interaction of art with the real world]

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