March 11, 2007

Amazing chalk streetart

 If you thought Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins was good at drawing with chalk on the pavement (and he really wasn't that good) then you have to see the photos of streetart from Julian Beever. I didn't know what Anamorphic Art was until I saw these amazing 3D chalk drawings. The water one here is all chalk except for the artist himself. Incredible, and one for every art class I would say. Could they master these in the school playground? [Tip of the hat to Roger]


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Thanks for this link, Ewen. Mind-blowing or what!! What a skill to have and chalk isn't exactly the most exact medium!

hi right now i am at school on our labtops and im not supposed to be writing bt all my friends think your drawinging are awsome they all like the coke drawing! if you can email me back

Wow this is amazing i cant belive that soemone could do soemthing like this!!!!

we think its cool but weird at the same time coz were not sure if the water comeing out of the hose is real or not!! :)

wow this is freaking nuts

I think that this guy is incredible! I would never be able to pull off such talent!

omg this is soooo cool but i dont understand how it loocks like it completly 3-D

Wow i like your art!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

you rock I want to be like you

thats amazing.
i love to draw but im nowhere near that good.
i absolutly love it !

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