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Mind-Blowing 3D Graffiti And Paintings By Italian Street Artist Peeta

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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.

More info: Peeta, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter

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“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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