3D graffiti, whether it’s in chalk or paint, on walls or the street, represents a new way of combining the mastery of Renaissance art techniques with the gritty, ephemeral qualities of amazing street art. There are few things less inspiring than a drap- and grey sidewalk. That is why most of us look up when we are walking the street. That and to avoid slamming our face into a lamp-post of course. This amazing 3D paintings art form can transform any run-down building or boring looking pavement into a place of magic and wonders.
#1. Actors pose with gym equipment on what the Guinness World Records bills as the world’s largest 3D painting, at Canary Wharf in London. British artist Joe Hill’s creation measures in excess of 1,120 square metres.