Portugal based artist Sergio Odeith employs a creative fusion of perspective and shades to transform a two-dimentional street graffiti into amazing 3D anamorphic paintings. Starting from a certain angle, he would create perspective lines along with artistic shadows to produce an optical illusion. The next thing you’ll see, looking at the right angle, is a mind blowing 3D sculpture. However, its reality is fragile and at the mercy of the amount of lights and shadows. But no worries… the selected pieces below have all the perfect balance and creativity.
Enjoy this beautiful series of grafitti artwork.
Sérgio Odeith was born in 1976 in Damaia (Portugal). It was in the mid-1980s when he used a spray can for the first time. He painted some signatures and doodles on his neighborhood walls. But only in the mid-1990s, Sérgio had his first contact with graffiti, while some graffiti writers painted outside their neighborhood (Carcavelos), where graffiti had a strong movement. His first experiments were… Read More
All images courtesy of Sergio Odeith, and are published with permission.