An Incredible use of Space: The World of 3-D Street Art

Recently I have viewed a series of images on the site ‘All that is interesting’, showing the wonders of the artists like Edgar Müller, Kurt Wenner and Leon Keer to name a few.

In 2008 the “Festival of World Culture” took place in Dun Laoghaireom where renowned German street painting artist Edgar Müller transformed a huge slice of the East Pier into a dramatic ice age scene.

The video below shows the creation of the image:

Other striking images include:

The Terracotta Army by Leon Keer:

You can view a whole host of the art by Leon Keer on his Flickr photostream here.

Picadilly Station by Kurt Wenner:

Some good websites to view some of the best of 3-D street art:

Maybe on eday when I have some chalk and some spare time I’ll give it a go..

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One Response to An Incredible use of Space: The World of 3-D Street Art

  1. Louise says:

    That’s so cool!! What a great piece of work!!

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