44 Amazing Julian Beever’s 3D Pavement Drawings
Ready to kill boredom again?
This time we present a wonderful collection of amazing 3d sidewalk chalk art by Julian Beever (+- all of his works).
But first of all, who is Julian Beever?
According to Wikipedia:
“Julian Beever is an English, Belgium-based chalk artist who has been creating trompe-l’œil chalk drawings on pavement surfaces since the mid-1990s. His works are created using a projection called anamorphosis, and create the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the correct angle.”
Remember panda’s recent post called 20 Incredible Eye Macros? Eyes are second most complex organs besides brains, but this time our eyes fail. Nevertheless ,it’s a wonderful failure, since it lets us enjoy this fascinating 3d pavement art.
Pre-modernist and post-modernist
Push the boat out
Swimming-Pool In The High Street (Glasgow, Scotland)
These drawings only work from one viewpoint otherwise the image appears strangely distorted.
Waste of water…
Spiderman to the rescue above and below this London street.
Self-Portrait Of The Artist
Arctic Street Conditions with Soft Drink
(Image credits: Jonathan Dann)
A DHL boy delivering a parcel all the way from China – thatâ€™s how they do it so fast!
Arctic Street Conditions: Fishing
Letâ€™s be friends
This drawing was done in Tokyo for the TV show ‘Unbelievable’ and was a plea to Japan to appreciate the beauty of living whales.
Pavements Lined With Gold
This picture is part of a series used by White’s Electronics of Inverness in Treasure Hunting magazine.
Meeting Mr. Frog
Girl on a beach mat
Politicians Meeting Their End
The illusion of the Politicians Meeting Their End was drawn outside The Bank of England and was commissioned by Channel 4′s Midnight Special for the night of the 1997 General Election.
A Transformers robotÂ leaves the New York subway.
Eiffel Tower Sand-Sculpture
This drawing in Paris was the subject of Episode 8 of the Gallery HD television seriesÂ Concrete Canvas shown in the USA.
Meeting Madame Butterfly
This drawing in Mexico City was the subject of Episode 9 of the Gallery HD television seriesÂ Concrete Canvas shown in the USA.
Rembrandts with Rembrandts.
Drawing for Worldcard in Istanbul
This drawing of a Rescue was to be viewed using an inverting mirror.
The World’s Biggest Fly-Spray
Making Mr. Snowman
This picture appeared in The Daily Mail on 22nd December 2008.
Waterpool with a chick, Redondo Beach, CA
(Image credits: slimdandy)
This drawing was also created for an episode of â€œConcrete Canvasâ€.
Drawn on Prince’s Street, Glasgow.
Underground Bank at Bank Underground, London
Holes on San Francisco pavement
(Image credits: gorditojaramillo)
Be careful not to fall down here!
(Image credits: Roslan Tangah (aka Rasso))
Dies Irae (Day of Wrath)
(Image credits: PanchÃ³v)
Update: it was actually drawn by Kurt Wenner, panda’s mistake.
Little and Large
Time Square in Time Square
Taking the plunge
Beneath every street …
Batman and Robin
Batman and Robin to the rescue
The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man drawn in 3D outside The Tate Modern.
Ballantineâ€™s: leaving an impression in Montevideo.
Placing the Orders
This one was published in The Daily Mail on Christmas Eve 2007.
A slight accident on a building site in Vienna
This drawing for Yorkshire Water was never fully finished and did not get beyond this rough stage. It was stopped ironically, by Yorkshire water in the form of heavy Sheffield rain which did not permit its completion.