15 Awesome 3D Street Arts

3D street art has become quite popular nowadays, particular when it is used as a form of advertising by certain famous brands in the world. 3D street art is able to create a 3D effect when viewed from a certain distance away and people will most probably think that the art is part of the building or street that it was done. This kind of art is exceptional difficult to create and there are only a few of people who have mastered it perfectly. Some of them include Julian Beever, Edgar Muller and the team of artists at Street Advertising Services which is based in the UK.

3D street art is created by painting an object close to the lens compact and squashed, while far away objects are painted stretched out way. In such a way, the effect tricks our brains and creates a mind blowing illusion of 3D depth. Doing this on a piece of paper it easy but when you do it on the street, that's a lot more harder than you can imagine.

Below are a list of 15 amazing 3D street arts that created by those awesome 3D artists.

The hole looks so REAL!
The hole looks so REAL! | Source
Huge Sewer
Huge Sewer | Source

This piece is a huge sewer scene which features a resident sewer monster at the site. It was created for United Utilities to educate consumers on what not to flush down their toilet and sinks. The story has been used by local media and even BBC News mentioned about it!


Swimming Pool by Manfred Stader
Swimming Pool by Manfred Stader | Source

This swimming pool 3D art is another master pierce of Manfred Stader. It was created in Lodz, Poland.The deepness of the pool was so realistic that first timer shoppers tend to avoid stepping on it.


Lions Gate'
Lions Gate' | Source

The ‘Lions Gate' in China is the current World record holder for the largest piece of 3D Street art ever, which measuring an incredible 891.5 Square Meters.


Winter Destination
Winter Destination | Source

This is an ads that created by Street Advertising Services for Easyjet. The objective of the ads was to create maximum publicity for their winter destination and ski resort flights. The 3D effect created by the artists was really awesome as people in the mall loved to interact with it. Moreover, it has quite successful in getting attraction from just anyone that happened to be at the mall.


Brandon Trust Bridge, Bristol
Brandon Trust Bridge, Bristol | Source
A Realistic Piece in a Supermarket
A Realistic Piece in a Supermarket | Source
Anti-AIDS campaign, Oslo, by artist Manfred Stader
Anti-AIDS campaign, Oslo, by artist Manfred Stader | Source
Jameson's Cult Film Club, Liverpool
Jameson's Cult Film Club, Liverpool | Source
Max Rules! Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Max Rules! Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Alligator
Alligator | Source
Unilever, Magnum Ice Cream. Essex, England.
Unilever, Magnum Ice Cream. Essex, England.
Shelterbox. London, England.
Shelterbox. London, England. | Source
Dolphin, London, England
Dolphin, London, England
TV Tiger, Berlin, Germany
TV Tiger, Berlin, Germany

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KenWu 3 years ago from Malaysia Author

Rose & Au fait,

Thanks for the valuable comment. Yeap, they are works of great artists.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas

I love this art! Trompe-l'œil has always been fascinating to me. Great photos. Fun hub!


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Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

They are so clever! I love the dolphin, it looks so real, wonderful hub ken, loved it!


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Kathryn Stratford 3 years ago from Manchester, Connecticut

Those are great! There are many talented artists out there.


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KenWu 3 years ago from Malaysia Author

These stuffs are becoming common now but like you err.... I too never have a chance to see one in real life. But the opportunity will arrive someday. Thanks for browsing, Jake!


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Spongy0llama 3 years ago from Canada

These are fabulous! Some of these are the best I've ever seen. I wish I could see them in real life. I can't believe I missed the tiger one when I was in Berlin!


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sunitibahl9 5 years ago from India

amazing


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Ingenira 5 years ago

These are so cool !!


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KenWu 5 years ago from Malaysia Author

Agree with you Luis.


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LuisEGonzalez 5 years ago from Miami, Florida

Wow..excellent artists. This is something that I am going to have to keep on top off.

Many thanks for posting it.


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KenWu 5 years ago from Malaysia Author

Thanks, Liz!


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Liz Goltra 5 years ago

Very cool! Thanks for posting. Voted up and awesome!

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