As part of Galerie Itinerrance’s Djerbahood open air museum project in Tunisia, Belgian street artist ROA set up some creative street art that incorporates interesting architectural details like domes into the works of art. Rather than painting strictly on a flat surface, these street art creations are strategically placed so that the tops of domes form the tops of eggs, skulls and the bodies of jellyfish.
To fully appreciate these incredible works of street art, since they include a mix of both 2D and 3D surfaces, viewers are required to stand and look at the street paintings from a very specific viewpoint. Walking through Djerba and stumbling upon these paintings would be way more interesting than being cooped up in a museum.
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