Surprising 3D Street Art

You don't have to have good balance to put someone up on this pedestal! Talented street artist e1000 recently created this 3D illusion on the streets of Madrid. E1000 is known for using a creative eye and paint to turn the patterns of grates, vents, and manhole covers into something new and appealing. This time, a simple sidewalk grate serves as the top of a pedestal for unknowing pedestrians. The form changes depending on the viewer's perspective, but particularly from high above, those same pedestrians appear to be elevated, raised high above their fellow sidewalk companions.



E1000
via [CollabCubed]



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