You’ve probably seen his works before but one thing’s for sure, Edgar Mueller’s street art never fails to impress every time. Instead of traditional graffiti pieces, Mueller’s art shifts from building walls into pavement roads where he applies a great deal of perspective into his surreal paintings – giving the effect of a realistic 3D scene when viewed at a specific angle.
Hit the jump for more info and images of Mueller’s works.
Check out this beautiful aerosol mural (fancy name for a commissioned graffiti piece) by Toby Summerskill for the Walt Disney’s “Tron: Legacy” which came out in theatres a year ago. Defying the limits of the medium, Toby is able to narrate a fully fledged story by adding/removing elements of the mural and essentially creating a time-lapse mural unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. He also defies conventions and extends the piece into the viewer’s physical space as he extends the art outside the walls and into the roads.
This is just one of the many examples of street art being widely accepted in the public forum. I bet you never seen street art like this before! Enjoy!
Tron Legacy : Aerosol Mural from End of the line on Vimeo.
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