According to Müller’s website, this painted cave illusion, which Edgar created for the West India Quay Festival in London during June 2009, is the first in a series called “The Cave Project.” He created a second cave-related artwork in Germany for a competition and a third in Slovenia for a cultural festival. Photo courtesy of Edgar Müller.
Street painting has been recorded throughout Europe since the 16th century. Street Painters, (also called chalk artists) a name these performance artists are most commonly called in the USA are historically called I Madonnari in Italy because they recreated images of the Madonna. In England they are called Screevers and in Germany Strassenmaler.
3D Street art is often used in marketing campaigns because it has the potential to draw a crowd and stare at your advertisement for some time. It is also important to note that it is more-or-less an eco-friendly form of communication.
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Street Art by Jonna Pohjalainen – In Turku, Finland