The work of Mehdi Ghadyanloo will baffle people's minds. Of course, each piece was created with that sole intention in mind. Mehdi Ghadyanloo paints the walls of buildings with illusional scenes that make people feel as though they are going delusional. Whether it involves a perpetual rainfall, which is made an even stranger sighting on a clear sunny day, or a man floating up into the sky as a result of holding too many colorful helium balloons, the images will put a smile on anyone's face (as well as a furrow in the brow).
Mehdi Ghadyanloo is a painter and designer based in Tehran, Israel. His street art is extensive. What makes his artworks particularly intriguing is that they are full of dimension that tricks the brain.
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