Anamorphic Graffiti by TSF Crew

Anamorphic Graffiti by TSF Crew

Awesome anamorphic street art by the TSF Crew in France. An anamorphic image is defined as “A distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image.” [Wiki ]

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10 thoughts on “Anamorphic Graffiti by TSF Crew”

  1. These are incredible! I can’t imagine how people get the ideas for these paintings/graffiti? They are absolutely stunning.

  2. Real street Art; imaginative, bold and evidently well executed. The possibilities are endless. If you’re ever in London, check out the tunnels under waterloo or head to the National Gallery and take a look at ‘The Ambassadors’ 1533, by Hans Holbein the younger, for a Renaissance version of Anamorphicism

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