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Nike Street League Skateboarding 2014 Reel

Here is a short reel highlighting the graphics package I helped studio create for Nike Street League Skateboarding's 2014 Season on Fox Sports 1 Network. Client: Street League Skateboarding, Fox Sports 1, Nike Art Director: Barton Damer 3D Animator: EJ Hassenfratz Software: Cinema 4D, After Effects

Amazing Sidewalk Chalk 3D Street Art vol 2

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20 Pieces of Impossible 3D Street Art

From 3-dimensional water phoenixes to underground Santa chambers in the middle of the street, we count 20 seriously awesome street art ever created by ...

Best of 3D Street Art Illusion - Episode 1

My World of Art - 1. Amazing guy making sounds with his mouth 2. Best of 3D Street Art Illusion ...

Spherical Harmonics

Spherical Harmonics is about the strange power of the CGI image. It's a fantasy under construction, full of digitally created memories, counterfeit physics and controlled accidents. A place where reality fails because it's too perfect. The film is was created in just six weeks and exhibited between January and April 2014 at The Photographers Gallery in London. Spherical Harmonics sits stylistically at a halfway point between the glossy product displays of Oxford Street and the workhouse construction of Soho’s post production scene. Directed and Animated by Alan Warburton Soundtrack and Sound Design by Alan Warburton and Mustafa Bal Commissioned by Animate Projects and The Photographers Gallery with support from Arts Council England. For more information, read an interview between Alan Warburton and Katrina Sluis, Digital Curator at the Photographers Gallery here: Or head on over to Animate Projects site and check out Adam Brown's essay on Spherical Harmonics, here:

Interactive 3D Street Art, Sidewalk art

Sidewalk art In this edition of The Weekly Flickr, we profile professional 3D chalk artist Tracy Lee Stum, who creates interactive paintings on the street.

3d Street Art - World's Largest Mouse Trap

3d street painting of Rube Goldberg's iconic game, Mouse Trap, created by world renowned artist Tracy Lee Stum and friends at the 2010 Sarasota Chalk Festival.

Amazing 3D Street Art Illusions Compilation 2015 [HD]

Here are some of the best of 3D Street Art Illusion. 3D Street Art Illusions on sidewalks, on roads, etc, all looking awesome and amazing, There are in fact optical illusions funny videos, funny animals, funny animal videos, funny animal vines, funny animal fails, funny videos 2015, cute animal videos, cute animals, funny dogs, funny cats, funny animals 2015, funny animals compilation, animals,funny, cute,

Amazing 3D street art

Artist Leon Keer specializes in producing mind-boggling 3D paintings on ordinary surfaces. He even experiments with augmented reality in some of his works. Keer has traveled all over the world to showcase his art. Video courtesy of Leon Keer. Read more: FACEBOOK: TWITTER: INSTAGRAM: TUMBLR:

Amazing Anamorphic 3D Graffiti Street Art

Incredible 3D graffiti artwork by French SWEO 5.7 crew. This amazing work of street art fools your eyes into thinking that it's a floating 3D sculpture. By incorporating the ground and the ambient lighting of a work into the painting, they make it seem like painting is casting shadows on the ground or even giving off light. This is how to graffiti! More about them here

Crazy street art ft david zinn

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JELLY GUMMY BEAR ? Do you like street art? We are not talking about indecent words and all kind of symbols in city walls, but about realistic pictures painted by talented artists from all over the world right under the open sky. They might be monochrome images Banksy-style or awesome 3D paintings that literally transfer viewers to another dimension making them feel like computer games heroes... or like Gulliver in a city of giants. Sometimes street art is so realistic that it's unclear whether it's a drawing or a real car that fell through the asphalt somewhere in Japan. So, in today's video, we are going to show you ten incredibly cool 3D street art from around the world.

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Check out this amazing compilation of street art 3D murals that will leave you speechless! These artists are real masters of painting balloons, and they create artworks that will impress everyone! Here's more information about the artists: 1. Odeith is a creative artist from Portugal. He was born in 1976, in Damaia, and held a spray can for the first time in the middle of 1980s, but it was in the 1990s when graffiti began to spread throughout Portugal and to leave its Portuguese birthplace, Carcavelos, that the artist had his first contact with graffiti and the movement. His first experiences were sketched on street walls and train tracks, and the passion he had always shown for drawing had a newly found purpose and began to evolve. Not long after came the opportunity to paint large-scale murals in Damaia, Carcavelos, and in many social housing neighbourhoods, such as Cova da Moura, 6 de Maio and Santa Filomena. Each mural requires a different amount of time to be made; the small insects on some abandoned place will take a day, if it's something bigger it may take from 2 to 6 days Odeith says that the biggest trick to making murals look realistic is how you use the light and the shadows; depending where you put it the piece will have a greater impact, and really pops out from the wall. He doesn't really know if there's a specific description for what he does, but you might call it "creepy 3D". He likes to paint in abandoned places, because the ambient around them fits perfectly for his style. When he sees some textured walls and a dirty floor, he starts to think about what would perfectly fit on there. For Odeith, his best mural ever is his Louisiana - Baton Rouge - Alligator piece. He takes inspiration from nature, and in particular likes the texture and shape of little creatures. Sometimes he’s influenced in his work by the news or social problems. Odeith was probably the first artist to make graffiti letters on corners, and when he started publishing them online in 2005 the response was really amazing. That made him keep going, and he tried to bring something different to the street art world every time. Corners are still his favorite challenge. He finds the situation in street art amazing nowadays, because everywhere the number of artists and the different styles seem to be growing everyday! 2. WD (Wild Drawing) was born and raised on Bali, Indonesia, and has degrees in both fine arts and applied arts. He started off as an urban artist in 2000, and from that time on he has spent most of his time working on the streets, although he has never stopped working in his studio. He has held solo exhibitions and participated in group shows and graffiti/street art festivals in Asia, Europe and America. Furthermore, WD's work has been featured in books for Street Art globally. His East/West cultural background is combined in a unique way that makes his style so recognisable. He focuses on large-scale murals that he creates with a roller brush and acrylic paints. WD always interacts with the spot where he is working by incorporating various elements of it into his work, so there is harmony between the mural and the place where it was created. His work, which is done in a realistic style (mostly anamorphic), is influenced by comics, graphic novels, and fantasy art, while he mainly gets his inspiration from social phenomena, lifestyle trends, art, or nature. What he loves about street art is the unique freedom of expression and the fact that it’s freely accessible to everyone regardless of social, economic, cultural or other differences. Through his art, has the chance to speak about the big issue of the re-appropriation of public space. These aspects outweigh the ephemeral nature of his art. After all, if he was interested in making works that stand the test of time, he would just do canvas paintings. WD is based in Athens, Greece. Music by Epidemic Sound: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Now I've Seen Everything : Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More articles: