This is yet another breath taking 3D street art painting by Leon. I was completely fascinated because it looks like everything is popping out from the pavement. The items appear to stand up and it almost looks like a modern wonderland. I can see that Leon was able to exhibit his expertise with 3D and anamorphic painting in this pavement masterpiece at Wisma Atria Singapore.
About Wisma Atria Singapore
This is yet another awe inspiring masterpiece from Leon. This is a 3d street art for Christmas light-up on Orchard Road in Singapore. This anamorphic painting was created by Leon on a wooden platform in front of Wisma Atria Shopping Centre. More so, this 3d street painting of approximately 65 square meters was completed in 5 days. What’s extra special about this pavement art is that when a person scans the painting with the Augmented Reality application of Junaio, snowfall will appear on the screen of your smartphone or tablet. The snowfall animation was made by Joost Spek.
About the Author
Leon Keer learned to paint through designing and producing large advertising murals for multinationals such as Coca-Cola. He has executed commissions in Europe, The United States, The United Arabic Emirates, Australia and several Asian countries. His knowledge of materials, acquired by painting on all kinds of foundations for his clients, has led to an interest in experimenting with materials and techniques. A message always seems to be present in his work – such as environmental concerns and the livability of this world. Leon Keer is constantly conscious of the beautiful versus the ugly, a contrast that he expresses and intensifies in his work and which he uses as a metaphor for life.
Leon Keer exhibited his paintings in various Dutch and UK Art Galleries. His work has been showed at several Art shows and Art Fairs in Europe and the US. During his career Leon Keer often presented his art by live-action-painting performances. At this moment Leon Keer is a world leading artist in anamorphic street art. The 3d street paintings are temporary but the images are shared via social media all over the world. According to Leon, ‘Every street art piece is unique and belongs to the street and its residents, the temporary fact about this art form strengthens its existence’.
Thank you very much Leon Keer for allowing us to post and share your marvelous 3D Street Art Painting. If you wish to know more about the amazing 3D street art painting of Leon, you can go and visit his website.