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Today, artists like Julian Beever, Manfred Stader, Edgar Muller and numerous other artists create 3 Dimensional Pastel Drawings, sometimes original and often emulating Kurt Wenner early works.
| In fact, 3D Pavement Artists, 3D Sidewalk Artists, and 3D Chalk Artists can all trace the roots of their work back to the street art of Rome in 1982, where Kurt Wenner transformed the complex geometry of Classical Italian Architecture into a new form of Popular Art.
But no book could be as incredible as Wenner's live work, which would be difficult to reproduce under any circumstances.
Business Insider Julie Zeveloff, December 5, 2011 We recently stumbled across some trippy art by artist Kurt Wenner.
He's also been kind enough to share some photos of his art with us; check out the full gallery on his website.
How did you start doing street art, and how did you develop the 3D style?
I did not speak Italian and had no permission to work in the country.
One day, I saw a street painting and asked the artist what he was doing.
"In Europe and the United States, the impermanence of street painting is foremost in the public's mind. The monumentality of the work also begs for a larger format than this.Wenner, who learned perspective and dimension in Italy, is one of an increasingly popular breed of street performers who earn tips for their artistic labors.At least the bills are higher denominations these days, as Wenner is invited the world over to decorate various public spaces. To Eastern minds, the impermanence of street painting is completely natural, even unremarkable.Interactive sidewalk art, interactive pavement art, and interactive street painting, are all terms that describe large-scale paintings that allow members of the public to pose on them.Photographs of the works with participants posing on them are often posted on websites in order to take advantage of social networking.