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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.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.It appears to drop deep beneath the ground into another world--one often filled with characters from Greek mythology or a fairytale.We asked Wenner a few questions about how he creates his larger-than-life installations and what it's like to be an artist working in the midst of a crowd.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.
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Kurt Wenner - Master Artist Master Architect Street Painting 3D Street Painter 3D Pavement Artist Artist's Statement Kurt Wenner is a Master Artist and Master Architect famous for inventing three-dimensional pastel drawings.
Also known as: 3D Street Painting, 3D Pavement Art, 3D Chalk Art, or 3D Sidewalk Art, they are a form of Anamorphic Perspective.
He's also been kind enough to share some photos of his art with us; check out the full gallery on his website.
How did you start doing street art, and how did you develop the 3D style?