I’ve seen so many examples of these creative chalk art pieces but they still amaze me. What makes these special is the perspective used when creating them. They are meant to be viewed from a 45 degree angle, from a specific point of reference. This is what gives them that 3D effect. Some are very simple but most are extremely complex and intricate.
I’m surprised to not have seen these chalk art technique used in advertising yet. I can imagine this could be very effective in subway advertising due to the narrow spaces. I hope this sparks some ideas for marketers and we see this soon in an advertising in the near future. Below is a collection from a variety of gifted artist with their own personal takes on this very cool technique.
Creating a Chalk Art Mural
Many people wonder how these murals are created. Here is a great overview of what it takes to actually produce one of these things. This 3d street art installation was inspired by the Terracotta Army of Qin Shi Huang with Legoman used as the models. The 3d Lego Terracotta Army anamorphic painting measured about 100 square meters and was created to support the release of Ego Leonard. This incredible piece was designed by Leon Keer.
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