Sergio Odeith Creates Amazing 3D Murals That Jump Off The Walls – Design You Trust

Sergio Odeith Creates Amazing 3D Murals That Jump Off The Walls

Portuguese artist Sergio Odeith (previously) creates remarkable anamorphic murals that appear to jump out from the walls on which they are painted. Some even interact with their surroundings.

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