Optical Illusion Graffiti Creates Portal To A Parallel Universe On The Side Of A Building – Design You Trust

Optical Illusion Graffiti Creates Portal To A Parallel Universe On The Side Of A Building

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Parisian graffiti artist Astro contorts flat architectural facades into illusory vortexes with a vibrant graphic twist. His painted patterns combine smooth, swirling curves and calligraphy with sharper shapes in dynamically detailed designs that are eye-catching on their own; and, as if to suck his viewers farther into each piece, he adds the appearance of dark, receding chasms, tunneling deep into the walls.

h/t: mymodernmet

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