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September 14 2018

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Jerusalem Street Art
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August 01 2018

Larger-Than-Life Insects Lurk Around Abandoned Buildings in Anamorphic Street Art by Odeith

Though mostly known for his trompe l’oiel lettering, Portuguese street artist Odeith has recently been adding larger-than-life insects to his repertoire. Many of the wall-based works are placed in corners and require careful planning to achieve an anamorphic effect. You can see more from Odeith on Instagram.

 

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September 14 2018

2676 605b 850
Jerusalem Street Art
Reposted fromweizenchiller weizenchiller

August 01 2018

Larger-Than-Life Insects Lurk Around Abandoned Buildings in Anamorphic Street Art by Odeith

Though mostly known for his trompe l’oiel lettering, Portuguese street artist Odeith has recently been adding larger-than-life insects to his repertoire. Many of the wall-based works are placed in corners and require careful planning to achieve an anamorphic effect. You can see more from Odeith on Instagram.

 

Reposted fromcuty cuty viasofias sofias

July 26 2018

July 23 2018

September 14 2018

2676 605b 850
Jerusalem Street Art
Reposted fromweizenchiller weizenchiller

August 01 2018

Larger-Than-Life Insects Lurk Around Abandoned Buildings in Anamorphic Street Art by Odeith

Though mostly known for his trompe l’oiel lettering, Portuguese street artist Odeith has recently been adding larger-than-life insects to his repertoire. Many of the wall-based works are placed in corners and require careful planning to achieve an anamorphic effect. You can see more from Odeith on Instagram.

 

Reposted fromcuty cuty viasofias sofias

July 26 2018

September 14 2018

2676 605b 850
Jerusalem Street Art
Reposted fromweizenchiller weizenchiller

August 01 2018

Larger-Than-Life Insects Lurk Around Abandoned Buildings in Anamorphic Street Art by Odeith

Though mostly known for his trompe l’oiel lettering, Portuguese street artist Odeith has recently been adding larger-than-life insects to his repertoire. Many of the wall-based works are placed in corners and require careful planning to achieve an anamorphic effect. You can see more from Odeith on Instagram.

 

Reposted fromcuty cuty viasofias sofias

September 14 2018

2676 605b 850
Jerusalem Street Art
Reposted fromweizenchiller weizenchiller
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