3D-painting “ATM”

By |2014-10-05T01:32:24+00:00May 21st, 2014|All Puzzles, Optical Illusions|0 Comments

I find this ATM street art painting striking. Such artwork is compelling and it looks realistic. If I would be given a chance to walk in the street where this 3D art was painted, I would definitely rush to check it out myself. This street art is so tricky and believable.

About the 3D-painting “ATM”

In this ATM 3D street art painting, Qi Xinghua has applied the inverse-perspective method to make far away objects big and close objects small. In this way, a two-dimensional painting transforms into three-dimensional. In most cases, Qi Xinghua seeks the assistance of many trained artists to assist him in creating great works. Many of his creations have taken weeks to complete. In this work of Qi Xinghua, he reveals his secret to his painting: that is breaking people’s customary view of artwork.

About the Artist

Qi Xinghua is China’s first 3D artist to draw the world’s 4th largest Guinness World Record longest 3D stereoscopic paintings. He graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2005. He is fully engaged in his 3D drawing career at the Central Academy of Fine Arts. He is recognized as a professional 3D artist who uses roads for his canvas. He created the Guinness World Records largest 3D dimensional painting which was measured by the British Guinness headquarters site. He was one of the selected exhibitors in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and in the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.

Thank you Qi Xinghua for allowing us to post and share your 3D-painting “ATM”. If you wish to check out more of his 3D painting, you can go and visit his website.

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