When Russian-born artist Nikolaj Arndt is in a city, he doesn't just walk on the hard pavement, he imagines what kinds of worlds could exist right beneath it. Using chalk and pigment, he brings his creative ideas to life, whether that means creating gaping holes with a rickety looking bridge or a winter wonderland where wolves are seeking warmer weather. Pxleyes has an interview with the exceptionally talented 3D street artist where he talks about how he got into this field and what his general process is like. It's absolutely incredible that he can make some of these scenes look so realistic.
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