Artist Deck Two Draws Clustered World Landscapes on Walls and Cabinets

By: Kevin Young - Published: Jun 24, 2012 • References: decktwo and thisiscolossal
If graffiti looked like this, there would be no stress on city officials to have it removed as Deck Two creates amazing illustrations that are too good to erase.

This black and white mural in New York City is created by a graffiti artist that goes by the name of Deck Two. The line-drawing techniques spread across the white walls through an entire room and even spilling onto the cabinet doors.

The illustrations depict a surreal world where all the famous structures are seen in one city. Entitled 'Global City,' this project includes major landmarks such as the Petrona Towers, the Eiffel Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge and more. Deck Two first sketches the outlines of buildings and landscapes by tracing the contours, which are then projected by a light projector. This surreal city shows all the world's scenery in one place.