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  • Dez • Think♦Live♦Creative

    http://www.GraphicDesignNYC.net 3d Street Art, often known as 3d chalk art is 2-dimensional artwork drawn on the street itself that gives you a 3-dimensional optical illusion from a certain perspective. It can be very breathtaking, realistic and at the same time captivating once you get the angle correct. And creating one is certainly through and challenging as you are creating a realistic 3d view out of a 2d painting.

  • Ashley Wampler

    Optical illusion sidewalk art.

  • Lily Duhaylonsod

    Amazing 3D Street Art Optical Illusions {Sidewalk Chalk Art}

  • Karen Stefiuk

    Gaping Lava Hole...incredible 3D sidewalk chalk drawing

  • Shannon Martin

    #EdgarMueller, another 3D Street Artist, is responsible for this mind bending piece, Hot river. #3DStreetArt

  • Wall Art Road

    The picture is all you need to see. Words cannot explain how amazing this piece of #artwork is, its just... wow! #wallartroad #chalkart

  • Mari Levy

    3d art | 50 Absolutely Stunning 3D Street Art (Paintings)

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these 3-d sidewalk drawings that are popping up everywhere (still haven't seen one in person though) seem a bit much, but i like this one because of its simplicity and the abbey road reference