Street Artist Creates 3D Graffiti That Seems To Float In The Air

Different art of the planet is mixing in the streets. As a kid, Portuguese artist Odeith kept drawing and dreaming to make it a living.

Soon attracted by tattoo, he started using needles concurrently with graffiti. He opened a tattoo shop in 1999 and during 10 years, experimented the many possibilities of skin canvas on his clients of Benfica, in Lisbon. But street art kept calling for his time and he decided to become a full-time mural artist. Odeith enjoys to play with perspective and shading effects, allowing to his creations a kind of realism and even 3D effect. His speciality is anamorphic murals.

Anamorphosis is an artistic process using a distorted drawing or painting to create a ’trompe-l’œil’, an optical illusion creating the feeling of 3D on a specific angle. This process was first used by Leonardo da Vinci and is now quite popular in street art and contemporary art.

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3D Graffiti
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Is it glass or paint?
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Rats also love art.
Anamorphic Art in Baton Rouge.
Anamorphic Art in Baton Rouge.

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Odeith is also doing 2D murals. Here a social message using movie Gone with the Wind in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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Taking the tea with the Queen for an anamorphic ad of Kingsmill.
Taking the tea with the Queen for an anamorphic ad of Kingsmill.

If Odeith likes to cover the corners of cities with his name, he also does murals for clients such as Coca Cola and Samsung, but also does incursions on museums and art world. From 3D tattoos to 3D street art, there is just one step. And you, what do you prefer ?

Make sure to visit the website of Odeith for more awesome 3D graffiti.

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Writer for art related medias. Fell in love with tattoo while researching for another passion, crime history. Travelling, admiring, sharing.

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