Deep Crevasse on a Flat Pavement, Optical Illusion

The crevasse by Edgar Müller

Edgar Müller – a Master of 3d Pavement Art – needed 5 days to the complete one huge crevasse (a crack in an ice sheet or glacier) picture on a flat pavement.

He painted all day long from sunrise to sunset with the help of five assistant and transformed a huge slice of the East Pier into a dramatic ice age scene. The enormous illusion is reached by applying the anamorphic technique to a huge pavement painting. Around 250 square meter large this picture is part of Edgar’s newest project.

He paints over urban areas to give them a different look and thereby challenge the audience’s perception.

Watch this crazy video of incredible pavement drawing which is utterly limitless and totally unforgettable.

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