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Sergio Odeith is a Portuguese graffiti artist known for his highly realistic and three-dimensional murals. He has gained international recognition for his ability to create the illusion of objects appearing to pop out of the wall or street on which they are painted. Odeith's work often incorporates elements of surrealism and visual puns, and he has painted murals in locations all around the world!

In addition to his work as a graffiti artist, Odeith is also a painter and illustrator. His talent and unique style have made him a prominent figure in the world of street art and we are more than happy to showcase his newest creations with you!

For more of Odeith's art check out our previous articles here, here, here and here

More info: Instagram | odeith.com | Facebook | twitter.com | twitter.com | youtube.com

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This Street Artist Continues To Create 3D Graffiti That Blurs The Line Between Art And Reality (35 New Pics)

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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I rate all of these on the majestic scale of "If I Was Drunk At 3 AM and Saw This, What Would I do?" This one is "scream and run home".

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This Street Artist Continues To Create 3D Graffiti That Blurs The Line Between Art And Reality (35 New Pics)

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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Guys-downvoting gets you banned. Unless it is offensive content, don't do that to people

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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I think this one of the first steps in designing the figures to make them look 3D.

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