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Phlegm, 'Calibrating The Seeing Device', Zagreb

Phlegm, 'Calibrating The Seeing Device', Zagreb
Phlegm, 'Calibrating The Seeing Device', Zagreb This is on an old nuclear fallout shelter; it took 3 days to paint. See Part II of Phlegm in Croatia more by Phlegm. artist: Phlegmlocation: Zagreb (Dugave neighborhood), Croatia

Phlegm In Zagreb, Part II Phlegm In Zagreb, Part II Phlegm was in Croatia for MUU; see part 1, and more by Phlegm. artist: Phlegmlocation: Zagreb, Croatia Wall of Rocker Switches Valentin Ruhry had the brilliant idea to take 5,000 orange rocker switches you normally see in power strips and transform them into a blank canvas. Oh, the possibilities! #want (thank you Rusty) 10 of the World’s Most Amazing 3D Street Artists: From Sidewalk Sketches to Awesome Wall Murals 10 of the World’s Best & Most Amazing 3D Street Artists Article by Urbanist, filed under Street Art & Graffiti in the Art category. 3D graffiti, whether it’s in chalk or paint, on walls or the street, represents a new way of combining the mastery of Renaissance art techniques with the gritty, ephemeral qualities of amazing street art. Kurt Wenner Kurt Wenner‘s ability to transform Renaissance classicism into 3D street art is unparalleled and has made him the top anamorphic street painting artist of our time. Edgar Muller & Manfred Stader Edgar Muller and Manfred Stader are a German team of street painters. Julian Beever Julian Beever’s world-renowned sidewalk chalk drawings have been a viral hit all over the internet, and it’s easy to see why: he’s a master of the anamorphic technique, which he’s been perfecting since the mid 1990s. Tracy Lee Stum

Victorian House made from Lego parts - Illusion - The Most Amazing... Using over 110,000 Lego pieces, Mike Doyle has built this incredible monochromatic house. He explains: “No foreign materials (wood, glue, paint or otherwise) were used—this is pure Lego. No Lego piece have been altered (painted, cut or otherwise).” [1] 1.