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We’ve all seen how street artists paints letters with perspective and shadows to simulate depth. Portuguese graffiti artist Sergio Odeith have turned this up a notch by creating a series of anamorphic illusions that are just spectacular. The aim was to stand out more and that’s literally what the pieces do. By painting in corners Sergio cleverly uses the walls and floors to simulate 3D space. Skewing the art, painting realistic shadows and lighting the piece in a specific way really makes the pieces seem to be hovering in mid-air.

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

Floating Graffiti Art by Odeith

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  • Oleg Toptalov

    awesome!