17 realistic three-dimensional graffiti by French artist PierrotBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/17-realistic-three-dimensional-graffiti-by-french-artist-pierrot.html
The streets of cities can be quite boring and dull. That's why it's interesting to see how amazing and creative street artists give them life. Not everyone loves graffiti, but it's hard not to love the unique and magnificent creations that Pierrot creates
The artist creates stunning three-dimensional graffiti that looks like they are about to jump off the wall. If someone didn't expect to see a dinosaur or a lion around the corner, the horror of a lifetime would be waiting for him.
Pierrot often photographs the places he transforms, before and after, and it's amazing to see the transition from a simple wall to a work of art. Pierrot did not study at art schools or anything like that. He started, like most street artists, from the street. He learned everything he knows, either on his own or from other artists.
The artist is not just engaged in street art, he creates interactive optical illusions, and this is very difficult to do. The level at which you have to understand perspective, light, and more is insane and requires a lot of experience. This perfectly shows that street art is not always just vandalism, it is also an amazing and very technical kind of art.