Creativity: 3D Chalk Art in the Streets Part I
3D Chalk Art in the Streets Part I
This is the first of four posts highlighting the beautiful 3D chalk art of Julian Beever. Julian is famous for his incredible 3D chalk art he draws in the streets. It is carefully drawn at incredible angles so that when the viewer stands in front of it, the art looks like it jumps off the street completely in 3D. His 3D chalk art is often drawn in long stretches of pavement. It is hard to make out what is is supposed to be from the back or the sides but from the front you can’t help but be awed by the artwork. I do not know if all the artwork posted below is Julian’s work but I know most of it is. Enjoy! Many more below the jump. Vote for your favorite!
3D Chalk Art – Coke Bottle – Unbelievable!
A very simple 3D Chalk Art piece, but none the less very clear and amazing. Making me thirsty!
3D Chalk Art – Shark – Scary!
Ok don’t be scared. This 3D Chalk Art Shark is pretty awesome. Might startle some bystanders.
3D Chalk Art – Cityscape – What in the World am I looking at!
Now this is just amazing. 3D Chalk Art at its finest. This cityscape 3D piece covers such a huge area. I am guessing many did double takes trying to figure out what they were looking at!
3D Chalk Art – Brick Hole – Careful, under construction!
Simple 3D piece, but very fun. Notice the guy walking around it.
3D Chalk Art – Man Fall in Hole – AHH! Watch out!
Great looking 3D Chalk Hole, too bad the people don’t look so realistic. But still simply amazing.
Example of what the chalk art looks like from a different angle. It just looks like a stretched drawing, hard to make out….
When looking at the art from the correct angle. Magic.
Just appreciate it. Wonderful. A feast for the eyes for any artist.
Making Of – See this Transformer 3D Chalk Art being Drawn over a span of a week.
Which one is your favorite?
Click Below to See More Incredible Chalk Art!
- Clean Cut Media – 3D Chalk Art Part II
- Clean Cut Media – 3D Chalk Art Part III
- Clean Cut Media – 3D Building Chalk Art Special
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