If you like them optical illusions and the street art, you will undoubtedly fall in love with the creative project we are going to talk about. Because yes, street art is a practice that allows, with a good dose of talent and imagination, to transform any element of urban furniture into a fairy and beautiful creation.
Proof of this is with the magnificent orchestrated performance in the Netherlands by the artists Jan Is Of Man and Deef Feed. These two geniuses of the street had the idea of graffiti a giant mural for the inhabitants of a residence of the city ofUtrecht by transforming a facade into deceived-the eye fascinating.
The latter turns a building into a huge one library composed of giant books. And of course, it was the residents of the residence in question who gave the two artists the references of their favorite books. The painting thus highlights 49 pounds from 7 different languages. There are books in Polish, German, English, Turkish, Arabic, Dutch and finally French. And for the little anecdote, the two creatives have also added a book that highlights the mythical rabbit Playboy on one of the shelves. Without a doubt one of the most international references!
The street artists Jan Is Of Man and Deef Feed sign here a magnificent fresco that pays tribute to literature but also to cultural diversity. If you like street art works that play with the principle of deceived-the eye, we also invite you to (re) discover the impressive optical illusion realized by the artist JR in Paris to celebrate the 30 years of the the pyramid of Louvre.
Imagined by: Jan Is Of Man and Deef Feed