25 Three-Dimensional Murals That Effectively Deceive the Eye. People and Animals in Surreal City Spaces
Cosimo Cheone Caiffa is an amazing artist from Milan who brings to life the urban space of Italian settlements. He adorns selected walls, blocks of flats and subways with three-dimensional murals. These works are ideally suited to the surroundings, and when observed from the right angle, they engage the viewer into a relationship.
#1 Hungry Man Eats the Pavement
#3 Someone Wants To Give You Their Smile
#4 Dangerous Snake
#5 A Heron at The Palm of a Hand
#6 Street Light Found a Companion
#7 Tempting Puddle
#8 Time to Chill With a Hole in the Sock
#9 Pouring Some Paint Out
#10 Zebra Crossing Refreshed
#11 Avid Basketball Player Has Lost His Shoe
#12 Forest Friendships
#13 Well, This is How Signs are Generated
#14 Glowing Lizards
#15 Snail Over Pavement
#16 Little Sunshine Art
#17 Looking for Mystery in the World
#18 Very Thirsty Giraffe
#19 A Freak Making His Way to The City
#20 Who Would Like To Have a Solo With Such an Artist?
#21 Daily Repairs
#22 Books Illuminating The Room
#23 Writer With a Quill Pen
#24 Little One Is Covered in Paint
#25 A Penguin Snowboarder
See how, depending on the angle on is looking at, the whole mural changes shape
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