Expressive Text Loops, Folds, And Ties Itself In Knots In 3D Murals By Pref

British graffiti artist Pref transforms words and sayings into visual interpretations of their meanings or messages—forming the word “undo” into a knot, or layering the phrase “all over the place” on top of itself to take up as much surface area as possible. With added shading and perspective the words appear as if they are 3D, like his piece “It Is,” which forms a a narrow grey cube when the letters are stacked.

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