Street Artists Stuns People with His Spectacular Lifelike Street Art
While street art by default is associated with graffiti which has earned a bad reputation, there are artists whose street art is considered true works of art and whose works have been commissioned by various organizations, government authorities, and exhibitions the world over. There are some amazing artists out there who can transform abandoned lots, roads, and walls into mesmerizing works of art that are so lifelike that you would need to take a closer look to believe that something like that is actually possible. We are talking about the latest trend of 3D art that can be so visually stunning that you would never want to wash it off.
An amazing 3D artist from Milan
One artist who has earned a huge name for himself in the world of 3D street art is artist Cosimo, Cheone Caiffa from Milan who creates art with a twist. His amazing 3D art and interactive pieces are spell binding just like the one below. Read on to see 10 of his brilliant examples of 3D street art.
10 He brings boring locations to life
Cheone makes boring spaces and abandoned walls come to life with his 3D technique of art. If you take a picture with the street art at a certain angle you could even become part of the piece because of its lifelike and realistic feature. Cheone says “The idea was born from the desire to get out of the box, and in all my designs I try to send messages of unease, the joy of life and what surrounds me.”
9 Art is one of the best ways to express yourself
Among many ways to express yourself, art is by far one of the most creative because it defines who you are and you can also express yourself through your art. You could also send a social message, a political one or just about anything you want. Street art especially can be silently vocal and attract the most attention because of the public location.
8 3D street art has gone on to become widely acceptable
Street art created in public locations may be called by other terms like post graffiti or independent public art. Unfortunately in many cases, a street artist performs illegally as obviously you are not supposed to be defacing public property. But now because street art has gone on to become so mesmerizing.
7 Artists can now legally showcase their work
There are special locations allocated for artists were they can exhibit their art. Most of these locations are outdoor exhibition centers themselves where artists can practice their art peacefully without fear of any legal repercussions or action by the authorities. Many artists get permission to showcase their work.