This 3D graffiti from Paper Donut is psychedelic and definitely trippy to look at. The walls look like they're hopping out at you, which is an unsettling feeling, yet the art is creative and dynamic.
The colors of the different graffiti art meld together perfectly, which is half of the reason the art looks so real and 3D. I can't imagine how Paper Donut managed this feat, but I love the end result.
Implications - 3-dimensionality is not an innovation whose benefits are exclusive to the technology industry. Artists, fashion designers, advertisers and scientists can take advantage of the emerging sense of perspective and wonderment that 3D provides. Businesses willing to exhaust the potential of 3D in their products will find favor among early tech adopters in general.