3D street artist creates illusion of freshness for Muscovites

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Renowned 3D street artist Edgar Mueller is offering Muscovites an unusual way of combating the heat. He painted a rushing waterfall on the pavement. The illusion the artist created helps people find some imaginary escape from Moscow’s heat, transporting them to somewhere cooler, near water.

Renowned 3D street artist Edgar Mueller is offering Muscovites an unusual way of combating the heat. He painted a rushing waterfall on the pavement. The illusion the artist created helps people find some imaginary escape from Moscow’s heat, transporting them to somewhere cooler, near water.

This painting of a rushing waterfall appeared by a large shopping mall in south-western Moscow. To see the picture in 3-D, you need to look at it through a special lens that has been set up here. It distorts the perspective, making the picture three-dimensional.

Colleagues and critics respectfully refer to the German master of illusions as “maestro madonnari” – a master street painter. Only a handful of artists have earned this title. However, Edgar Mueller has never studied painting nor has he ever attended art school or special courses.

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