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Meet The Talented Artist Who Creates Realistic 3D Graffiti Images That Speak For Themselves

Graffiti is writings or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched or painted, typically illicitly on a wall or other surface, often within public view. Street art can also be used to convey your own opinions. More importantly, street art can be used as an act of activism. Through different images, figures and written sentences, the right message can be forwarded to citizens.

Through graffiti can be expressed opinions and fights against real-life problems such as poverty, the government, unfair situations in the world and sometimes just entertaining images. Giving voice to peoples’ suffering through sketches and colors is a powerful thing to do. And actually, there are many cases when that resulted in a change for good. Let us represent to you Sergio Odeith, a street artist from Lissabon. Odeith draws illustrations that literally come alive. He has worked with famous brands such as Coca-Cola, Samsung, and Shell. Check out his incredible talents and skills below:

 

 

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Here can be seen 3D pictures from different angles. Amazing, huh?

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Looks to me like that giant fly is alive.

 

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At the beginning of his career, like most of the street artists, he used to create illustrations illegally. He started to get acquainted with graffiti in Lissabon, in 1990. Later on, he became preoccupied with 3D graphics. He called it a somber 3D technique:

The combination of composition, perspective, details, and shadows created realistic pictures that looked as if they were floating in the air in front of the wall.

 

 

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A fan of movies and computer games? There’s no way his art wouldn’t leave you in awe if you would pass by it in streets where you can find them.

 

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When it comes to the process:

 

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Hanging around with my new pet!!!! . . . . . . . #anamorphic #odeith #basedontruestory #hyenaman #hyena

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People who are afraid of spiders are recommended to scroll through the next few pictures.

 

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These works are really mesmerizing. Did you find them amusing? Let us know your comments.

For the end, we would like to cite the famous Olafur Eliasson, Icelandic-Danish contemporary artist, capturing the impact of art wonderfully as it goes:

Art helps us identify with one another and expands our notion of we – from the local to the global.

 

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