Check Out This INSANE Street Art That Looks Like An Altered Photograph
October 8, 2016
In downtown New Haven, CT, a small alley runs between two buildings leading to a spiral parking garage. This view caught the attention of Swiss artist Felice Varini.
His design is so convincing that it looks like someone simply painted a shape on top of the photograph.
"Square with four circles" is Varini's first outdoor public artwork in the United States. The abstract painter paints on buildings, walls and streets employing a technique called perspectival anamorphosis: a visual trick developed by artists in the early Renaissance, in which an image that appears to be distorted can only be viewed in its undistorted form from a single vantage-point.
Watch the design come to life!
Pretty wild, huh?
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