If you appreciate the beautiful paintings but you do not like the atmosphere in museums, so you'll undoubtedly fall in love with the artist we're going to talk about today. Native Malaga in Spain, the artist Julio Anaya Cabanding is the king of theoptical illusion and street art.
In the street, he likes to reproduce paintings of masters in the form of deceived-the eye on the walls ... and usually in places absolutely improbable. It must be admitted that to have the impression of seeing a painting fixed on a wall half dilapidated and full of graffiti, it is rather unusual.
It reproduces the famous paintings in the form of trompe-l'œil in the street 🖼
Julio Anaya Cabanding so reproduces his favorite paintings in public places at theaerosol and at the acrylic paint. And you understand it, he does not just reproduce the work, but also the frame which accompanies it which gives the illusion of being real and real. It was during his studies at Fine Arts of Malaga that he has developed a real interest in classical painting and the art of trompe l'oeil. But quickly, he realizes that indoor places like museums are much too sanitized and then decides to offer his work "homeless" :
These places are inhospitable, decadent and inappropriate for receiving such a valuable object. I liked the result of this relationship between trompe-l'oeil painting and the environment. So I decided to continue on this path.
And the illusion is such that passersby are often numerous to come closer to get trap ! We, we love this idea, which reconciles tradition and modernity by transposing classical painting into an environment street art.
The work of precision of the artist is equally impressive and one really has the illusion of seeing a board in front of you, hanging in a place that absolutely does not stick to the image that is made initially of the work. And that's exactly what makes the beauty of this project, which releases the classic painting of theelitism to offer it to everyone. You will find more information about the portfolio of Julio Anaya Cabanding.
Imagined by: Julio Anaya Cabanding