Most amazing and beautiful 3D street arts in the world
3D Street arts are not always vandalism, but a wonderful way to add some color of the gray, fast and busy lives we lead. The artists, Julian Beever surely did breathtaking masterpieces that would make you stop and admire them. But, also you might get confused, because they are so well drawn in 3D. Julian Beaver is an English chalk artist who has been creating tromp-l’œil chalk drawings on pavement surfaces since the mid-1990s. His works are created using a projection called anamorphosis, and create the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the correct angle. Beever works as a freelance performance artist and creates murals for companies. Keep in mind that every sidewalk drawing is entirely flat.
1 “The Artist Faces Himself”
Look at this masterpiece. No, these aren’t two guys drawing on the pavement, it’s just a drawing done in 3D that would make any pedestrian stop, look and realize that they can walk over the drawing. Oh, and that bottle of beer on the left is real.
2 Square Of Slabs Removed From Sidewalk
This made people stop and observe, and some of them actually keeled down to see who did this vandal deed. But then – a surprise! This isn’t a result of some punk brats were destroying the pavement, but it is actually a drawing made with chalks… Oh, okay then.
3 “Sandy” Eifel Tower
Where on earth did you found sand in the middle of the street. Oh, right, another magnificent drawing by Julian. Do you spot the couple in the back that “stands” on the top of the Tower? How cool this drawing is.
4 Heart shaped water pool with a girl lying inside
How often do you come across this view? Almost never, right. Well, Julian made sure to make the day of random pedestrians with this drawing and for sure he succeeded in his intention. This drawing was also created for an episode of “Concrete Canvas”.
5 Huge Coca Cola bottle simply lying on the street
It is so realistic that if you came across this you’d probably feel thirsty. Man, he can draw good.
6 That enormous box of chalks
He decided to give homage to his chalks so he drew a huge box with several colorful chalks in it. These were probably the ones he uses every day.
7 Transformer at Union Square
Don’t be surprised to see the transformer coming up on the street, holding its beverage in one hand. The expression on its face a bit astonished. Maybe it was crowded in the subway.
8 Holes on San Francisco pavement
Julian does his drawings internationally, and this one is probably one of the sickest and most dangerous looking. The holes on this pavement made the pedestrians stop and mind where they walk because it seemed quite dangerous to walk over these apocalyptic cracks.
9 Whoa! Are those Batman and Robin coming for a rescue?
Yes. Yes they are. Go ahead and make your brain believe that this is only a drawing on a pavement and not an actual building where the man stands on the edge on the top floor of the building. Luckily for him, these guys are there to give him a hand and a safe landing.
10 Water rafting
Forget about going to the wild, the adventure is right there, on the pavement. The wild river and the fast waves are good enough for you and your friends to grab a rafting boat place it in the middle of the river and take as many pictures as you want. Hey, it looks realistic enough, plus there is a crocodile waiting for you.
11 DHL delivery guy
You see how he brings you the box and behind him there is a Chinese traditional building? That’s because he dug his way from China to bring it all the way to you. For the art’s sake, this is brilliant.
12 Watch out for that puddle
Not only you can step in that little puddle but you can also step on that paper boat. And you don’t want to do that. Just blow into the boat and let it sale. Yeah, it’s just a drawing.