Top 5: 3d Drawings


I haven’t posted a top 5 for a while (in fact this is the first, previously I’ve only done a top 3) so let’s have a look at some realistic 3D drawings.

Whilst realism is a very impressive skill I prefer art with some creativity. The following five artists use both to create both stunning and interesting art which jumps out from the page.

5

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Ramon Bruin  makes great use of shadows to give his drawings life.

4

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Did I say drawings?Well in the loose sense of the word, TFSLab‘s graffiti is certainly 3-dimensional and the choice of colourful canvas (room)  is just as important as getting the perspective right. In fact I like these so much here’s another for good measure.French-street-art-duo-TSF-Crew-090-mask2

3

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After trawling through hundreds of illusions of holes in various pavements I settled on this by Kurt Weener

2

Fredo28Fredo’s often sinister drawings are incredibly detailed and very clever. inc__by_fredoart-d57whzq

This one has a hint of Escher in the winding staircases.

1

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Italian graffiti artist Peeta takes the top spot. Often simple is better and, with a lack of colour, this wall art is no exception. What appears to be a sculpture is in fact a two dimensional painting, the intricate and beautiful shape is perfectly formed, even after looking for a long time I struggle to comprehend that I’m not actually looking at a sculpture.

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