Peter Gibson, is also known as Roadsworth, is keen that attaches to road markings city of Montreal more than a pretty kettle and a live appearance. He started in 2001 with a drawing on cycle tracks. The artist himself said that he would like to create a new vision for the seemingly everyday things, in particular, and to attract universal attention to the “automobile culture” in general.
In autumn 2004, Peter Gibson was arrested and charged with committing 53 crimes related to the deterioration of road markings, but thanks to the support of residents of the city was relatively lenient sentence.
This giant fissure was created in the German town of Geldern by Edgar Mueller to celebrate the 30th anniversary of a street art competition. He spent five days, working 12 hours a day, to create the 250 square metre image of the crevasse, which, viewed from the correct angle, appears to be 3D. He then persuaded passers-by to complete the illusion by pretending the gaping hole was real.
A professional street painter or madonnara, Tracy Lee Stum is a fine artist committed to creating spectacular modern masterpieces that transform, captivate and inspire. She is best known for her 3D street paintings, also called anamorphic or pavement chalk art.
3D Anamorphic Street Paintings are illusionary 2-dimensional images that appear to become 3-dimensional when viewed from a fixed point through a camera lens.
Tracy has been creating these types of chalk art images since she first started street painting and continues to challenge herself through this manner of visual expression.
She has traveled the world to be a featured artist in many festivals and events, and she currently holds the Guinness World Record for the largest street painting by an individual, which she completed in 2006.
Guinness World Record holding street painter Tracy Lee Stum; fantastic original 3D anamorphic and interactive chalk art; street paintings from around the world.
Her Website: TracyLeeStum.com
Saint-Etienne-based French artist OakOak loves to play with urban elements and create amazing ephemeral pieces of street art. We really like the artist’s art “improvisations” and believe they are able to make anyone’s day just by encountering them unexpectedly on the street. There is even a design idea that you might have observed (the one with the piano stairs) that could be implemented indoors also.