Massive 3D Street Art by Edgar Muller

By: ali molo - Published: Nov 2, 2008   Updated: Apr 20 2011 • References: 3dpaint.blogspot
Here are some amazing 3D immersion street paintings.

The German street painter Edgar Muller and a team of artists managed to cover about 280 square meters of a street in paint, making it the largest 3D street art in the world.

The urban installation was created as part of the 2007 Moose Jaw Prairie Arts Festival.

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