Anamorphism is usually considered a form of Illusion or Trompe l'oeil, but is really the logical mathematical continuation of Perspective.| Once known as Madonnari, (and later as Screevers, Street Painters, Pavement artists, Chalk Artists, or Sidewalk Artists) have designed impermanent or Ephemeral Art for centuries.| This site contains numerous galleries, with pavement art, drawings, architectural designs, paintings, murals, interior and exterior design, fine art and decorative relief.There is also a section with video, an artist statement, résumé, and client list.He's also been kind enough to share some photos of his art with us; check out the full gallery on his website.
Information about buying the book, Asphalt Renaissance is also provided, as well as a Short History of Pavement Art, and answers to the 15 most asked questions.
But no book could be as incredible as Wenner's live work, which would be difficult to reproduce under any circumstances.
Business Insider Julie Zeveloff, December 5, 2011 We recently stumbled across some trippy art by artist Kurt Wenner.
Wenner, who learned perspective and dimension in Italy, is one of an increasingly popular breed of street performers who earn tips for their artistic labors.
At least the bills are higher denominations these days, as Wenner is invited the world over to decorate various public spaces. To Eastern minds, the impermanence of street painting is completely natural, even unremarkable.