Thursday, 25 August 2011

3D Street Art


Julian Beever 3d Street Art & Painting 

Julian Beever is an artist with an international following. He is best known for his famous street art, street painting, sidewalk chalk art, chalk painting, 3d street art, 3d street painting, pavement art, pavement painting, pavement drawing  etc. he created his beautiful art in many part of England, Germany, USA, Australia, and Belgium. Beever gives to his drawings an amazing 3D appearance. He does these drawings on the sidewalks of mixed cities mostly in Europe (London).His art is sometimes so convincing that people avoid potholes he has drawn on a pavement. His nickname is "the pavement picasso". His chalk art can take days to create but only last for a short time after being stomped by pedestrians or destroyed by the elements. Many of the pieces are over 30 feet lasting but seem to be around tierce feet gear. His art continues to live, however, by photographs taken at the time. Julian discovered his talent as an artist in the 1980's. The art of creating an image that looks real is called trompe l'oeil.

Preparation Behind Every 3d Street Art Creation of Julian Beever
There is no doubt, its really hard to explain the determination and hard work behind every 3d street art painting, pavement art painting of Julian Beever. Because its not possible to explain about his determination and hard work which he use to   create mind-blowing art with chalk. like a skillful architect, he first designs his creations on paper. Once he starts, Julian places a camera at a distance of the art and keeps observing it through the lens of the eye. The reason is simple: the camera has a wide angled lens that can create an optical illusion that can distort the actual size of objects. 


"According to julian beev, through camera he gets idea about limitations of brain. ability to judge distance, it makes you only use one eye. And therefore you can make the brain believe stuff that otherwise it wouldn't believe." This is what is known as anamorphism. Once he gets started on his creation, he goes back and forth from his art to the camera a few hundred times to gain perspective. Once it's created, the results will appear extraordinary as evidenced in the photos on this lens. it will slowly disappear due to nature. He always just focus on his work perfection, because he know time will going to disappear his creating on that particular part of the land but not from the mind of people. However when he is doing some creation he enjoying to do something new, interesting , He is not worried about it disappearing, since he and millions of others are able to capture photographs of his creation that will forever live in the internet.
Street Painting (3d Street Art)
Amazing 3-d Street Art
Sidewalk Chalk Art (3d Street Art)

Sidewalk chalk are typically large colored (and sometimes white or cream) sticks of calcium sulfate mostly used for drawing on pavement or cement sidewalk. It is sometimes used to draw a four square court or a hopscotch board.
Pavement Art (3d Street Art)
Pavement Painting (3d Street Art)

Street painting, also commonly known as pavement art, chalk art, and sidewalk art, is the performance art of rendering original and non-original artistic designs on pavement such as streets, sidewalks, and town squares with impermanent and semi-permanent materials such as chalk.
Pavement Drawing (3d Street Art)
Anamorphism, Illusion (3d Street Art)
More about the life of Julian Beever
There is not much more about Julian's life, when confronted with private questions such as "how much do you make from this?” he will not respond or ignore you, he would rather discuss questions about his art. Overall, Julian is very thankful to the internet because otherwise he would not have had the chance to show all his art to millions of people and gain the notariety he well deserves. "It's that photograph that goes on the Internet. Then thousands of people will see it. It will be there forever. It doesn't vanish, really. The drawing on the ground is just a vehicle. "

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