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Illustration, Street Art11.10.2010

Astonishing trompe-l’oeil drawings by Julian Beever

Astonishing trompe-l’oeil drawings by Julian Beever

Julian Beever is an English artist known worldwide for his amazing trompe-l’oeil on the street. He uses a technique named anamorphosis : he draws deformed works on the ground but which create an amazingly realistic 3D illusion when viewed from a specific angle. From this angle, the proportions of the drawing are correct too. This artist has made creations on a lot of countries all around the world and he has just released this year a book where he explains his techniques. You can see more creations on his website.

  • impressionnant

  • Waouh!! très impressionnant, l’illusion de la bouteille de Coca est parfaite !

  • Bidouille

    Fan-ta-stique !

  • truc

    la bouteille de coca on dirait une vrai (géante bouteille de coca)

  • “The inspiration source can be a landscape, a visit at the museum or gallery, a movie, the beauty of a woman, a discussion… anything really !” Said
    Laurent Châtelier. Really he said perfectly… Because now this post inspired me.

  • Clipping Masking

    Amazing painting, Impressive.

  • You made fantastic paining and realistic impression of 3D. Thanks for sharing.

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