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直到大导演卡梅隆的《阿凡达》推出了3D版后,3D技术才真正的开始通过影院来推给全世界的人们。但是这样的影像3D还需要佩戴比较麻烦的眼镜,多少还是让用户的体验打些折扣。其实在其他一些国家3D的视觉艺术早已经流行已久。据说这样的艺术手法可以追溯到十五世纪的意大利,画家们运用这样的视觉效果来装点富人的别墅。然而在过去的这些年里,3D街头艺术已经成为了各大品牌宣传产品,吸引人群的销售推广模式。在过去的2011年中,我们就看到了这样艺术带来的各种惊人视觉3D效果。可以说,这很大程度的刺激了艺术家的想象空间。下面我们分享出的是2011年最好的十个3D街头艺术创意的图片。一定会让你大开眼界!

#10. Special Delivery

“Special Delivery” was created by Melanie Stimmell for the FringeMK Festival in Milton Keynes, UK in June 2011. Stimmell was the only U.S based artist invited to the festival to show off her incredible “Renaissance Style” art.

#9. Interactive 3D Picture

This “Interactive 3D Picture” was painted by Manfred Stader at a shopping centre in Gdansk, Poland in June 2011 and creates the 3D illusion with both horizontal and vertical pieces combines to add further depth to the trick of the eye.

#8. The Beatles

“The Beatles” were painted by the Planet Street Painting team for the James Carling Pavement Art Festival in Liverpool in October 2011.

#7. Santas Grotto

Veteran 3D street painter, Julian Beever made a surprise late appearance in December of this year with his “Santas Grotto” picture in Camberley, UK. Beever is one of the most famous and well known 3D street art painters and he took 4 days to create this piece in chalk.

#6. Wunderful Life

“Wunderful Life” by Street Advertising Services. The team at SAS created this wall and floor piece which measured 100 square metres in London. Unusually for 3D street art, the picture was completed with aerosol paint and is reputed to be the worlds first photo-realistic 3D graffiti.

#5. Phoenix

Edgar Muller, who is probably the third most popular 3D street artist (Kurt Wenner and Julian Beever are 1st and 2nd) created this amazing picture in Michigan, USA. Titled ‘Phoenix’ by Muller. The picture was created for the City Art Gallery in August 2011 and drew crowds of people over a week who posed for photographs with the artwork.

#4. Lego Terracotta Army

Lego Terracotta Army created by Planet Street Painting for the Sarasota Chalk Festival in November 2011. The piece won best 3D piece of the festival and publicity for the picture was created by a giant Lego man washing up on the beach before the festival began.

#3. Visit Britain

The VisitBritain Tour by Joe Hill. British Artist Joe, toured several countries around the world creating attention with for famous UK landmarks and events with his 3D artwork. This particular piece was shown in Shanghai, China and was created with the art being painted on two walls and the floor.

#2. Reebook Crossfit

Joe Hill also created this stunning piece at the London Docklands for Reebok Crossfit. The piece took a week to create and was 106.5m long and broke the World Guinness record for being the longest anamorphic picture. Unfortunately, the record only stood for a month, because on December the 6th 2011 Chinese artist Qi Xinghua broke the record, again.

#1. Central Shopping Centre

Qi Xinghua broke the record with his piece in Macau, China. The picture was 120m long and was created to celebrate the second anniversary of the Central Shopping Centre in Macau. It is the second time Xinghua has held the record for having the longest anamorphic picture and I look forward to seeing if his record holds in 2012.


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