The incredible 3D street drawings of Julian Beever

Jan 1, 2009 4 comments

Julian Beever, often called the 'Pavement Picasso', is one of the greatest sidewalk chalk artists. Using a method called anamorphosis, Julian Beever creates pavement drawings that gives the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the correct angle. Here is a collection of some of his amazing art.

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I can’t believe this bottle of coke is not real!

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When viewed from a different angle these drawings look abnormally elongated and distorted.

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You can find more pictures at his personal site.

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