Mind-Blowing 3D Graffiti And Paintings By Italian Street Artist Peeta
Italian artist Manuel Di Rita, aka Peeta, using various gradients and shadows, obtains an amazing effect that makes the paintings look like they hover off the surface.
“I utilized a professional 3D design program to create this project. This software allows me to have a 3D view of the sculpture and, at the same time, virtually cut out all the different surfaces of my sculpture and consider them on a 2D plane.” Peeta.
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