Painters on the pavement
• Painters on the asphalt
The names of the most virtuosic and only emerging artists, depicting the three-dimensional drawings on the pavement.
Volume risuni on the pavement - this is a special area of street art, based on the perspective and optical illusion. This picture - anamorphosis - can only be seen from a certain point, it only takes a deliberately distorted picture right kind.
Historically, the first graph on the pavement appeared in Italy in the XIV century, then the self-taught artist roamed from town to town to entertain the people images of various religious subjects directly on the medieval square.
Today, the technique of creating a three-dimensional plane, while the images on the basis of the distortion and perspective are widely used for advertising purposes, which forced us to pay attention to the most famous world artists working in this genre.
44-year-old Edgar Mueller (Edgar Mueller) was born and lives in Germany. At 25 Edgar realized that he wanted to devote his life to street art. Since illusory figures on the pavement - it is for the artist and hobby and a profession and a way of making a living.
Edgar Mueller draws its 3D drawings oil and spray paint. Its size pictures can reach 400 m2 (practically basketball court area). Creating a 3D-art masterpiece from the artist takes an average of 5 days.
Eduardo Rolero (Eduardor Relero) - Argentine artist, temporarily residing in Spain - creates photorealistic paintings on the streets. In contrast to the drawings of Edgar Mueller and Julian Beever works of Spanish colleagues are of great social and political burden. Each figure of the artist is filled with meaning, satire, criticism or philosophical overtones, forcing detain look at the picture and think.
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British street artist Julian Beever (Julian Beever) - a well-known painter in chalk on the asphalt, and the most popular of all the artists of this genre.
Over 20 years of creativity for creativity Julian has repeatedly attracted to advertising and diverse brands - it even in Russia to this end came, not to mention the United States, Britain, France, Brazil and other countries with the highest levels of creativity in advertising.
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Manfred Stader (Manfred Stader) first tried painting asphalt in the early '80s while studying at the famous Städel School of Art in Frankfurt. In 1985, he was already an acknowledged master of this rare genre. Manfred Stader draws optical illusions on sidewalks and walls of houses.
Kurt Wenner (Kurt Wenner) - a skilled artist with chalk on the asphalt and cobblestones. He began his career in Rome in 1982, where he went, leaving NASA's work, to study art. The work of Kurt Wenner in Europe in 1987, National Geographic made a film "Masterpieces in Chalk" (Masterpieces of chalk). In addition to drawing on the pavement Wenner also create oil paintings, monumental painting, sculpture and architecture worked on state and private orders.
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Among the Russian artists in the art of illusory 3D paintings on the pavement succeeded Philip Kozlov from Volgograd. His portfolio includes work for the Nokia, the radio station "Europe Plus", Citroen and other brands.
In Moscow, 3D advertising on asphalt-making agency Pavlika, they really use the prints rather than chalk or paint. The advantage of print ads from the drawn is that it will stay on the pavement and stay vibrant all season, regardless of the mechanical damage and adverse climatic conditions.