Melbourne Exhibition Centre

/Melbourne Exhibition Centre

Melbourne Exhibition Centre

By | 2014-03-27T10:21:49+00:00 March 17th, 2014|0 Comments
Source: Anh Pham

At first, it looks like a robotic piece or another Transformer character in the making. I can sense that there is something about this picture that suggest movement. It looks abstract and puzzling to identify but some of its prominent parts give me a hunch that it’s a motorbike.

About The Melbourne Exhibition Centre

This Melbourne Exhibition Centre is a massive 3D graffiti by Anh Pham. I have learned that Anh Pham wishes that folks will understand more about this sculpture genre. He used Op art with the 3D graffiti of The Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Op art is a mixture of art and science. It is a type of abstract art which creates the illusion of motion by the accurate use of pattern and color or in which variance of patterns occur and overlay.

About the Artist

Anh Pham is a 3D digital artist from Melbourne, Australia. He is passionate about creating 3 dimensional digital art as a hobby. He is an admin of graffsocitety.com which is a social network for graffiti and street art. He also belongs to the group Graffiti Nation and a member of deviant art for 3 years already. Anh Pham is managing some optical illusion blog sites and a major contributor for some famous optical illusion sites and art for magazines.

Thank you Anh Pham for allowing us to post and share your Melbourne Exhibition Centre 3d digital artwork. If you wish to check out more of his 3D graffiti artworks, you can go and visit his website.

About the Author:

A person with a love and passion for puzzles.

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