Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti
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Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion

As a part of Stenograffia street art and graffiti festival in Russia, a collaborative of musicians worked to make this incredible illusion which seems to “divert” a selection of graffiti by a little automobile and garbage dumpster. With the assistance of a projector, the group painted the familiar white and gray checker grid located in the majority of graphics software which defines a deleted or translucent location. The piece is titled “CTRL+X” about the keyboard control in Photoshop for deleting a choice. It is possible to see almost 100 behind-the-scenes pictures of the procedure here.

h/t The Awesomer

Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti

Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti

Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti

Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti

Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti

Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti

Russian Street Artists Erase Graffiti with an Anamorphic Illusion -russia, mural, graffiti

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