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Illustration, Street Art24.01.2011

Trompe-l’oeil drawings by Kurt Wenner

Trompe-l’oeil drawings by Kurt Wenner

Kurt Wenner is an American artist who comes from Michigan. He uses a technique named anamorphosis for his paintings. He uses a distorted projection or perspective on the ground which then creates an amazingly realistic 3D illusion when viewed from a specific angle. His creations are made with pastels. Don’t forget to check out this artist’s portfolio to discover more about him.

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  • C’est scandaleux de trouver autant de profondeur de champs et de reliefs dans chacune de ses réalisations ! Vraiment une belle sélection que vous partagez ici, j’ai fait un tour sur son portfolio et j’avoue que pour choisir ses 10 meilleurs réalisations sa très devient difficile !

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