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    Street artist Kurt Wenner adds the finishing touches to a 3D work of art in Waterloo Station on October 17, 2007 in London, England. Wenner is famous for combining traditional street painting with classical training, illusion and performance to invent an art form of his own know as anamorphic, illusionistic or 3D painting. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)




    3D Street Art




    3D Street Art


    3D street artist Kurt Wenner creates a drawing at Waterloo train station on July 24, 2008 in London, England. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)




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    3D Street Art




    3D Street Art




    3D Street Art


    The 3D street painting [Crevasse] by artist Edgar Mueller is seen in this undated picture during the [Festival of culture], 2008 in Dun Laoghaire, Irland. Edgar Mueller put a part of the eastern Pier into the ice age. This project has been supported by the Goethe Institution Germany. (Photo by Edgar Mueller/Getty Images)




    3D Street Art




    3D Street Art


    The 3D street painting [Turning Riverstreet into a river] (The waterfall) by artist Edgar Mueller is seen in this undated picture. [Turning Riverstreet into a river] is the largest 3d-street-painting ever done. About 280 mВІ are covered with paint. Edgar Mueller realized it together with local artists at the Moose Jaw Prairie Arts Festival in 2007. (Photo by Edgar Mueller/Getty Images)




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    3D artist Kurt Wenner unveils his latest creation inspired by The Big Lunch. The amazing artwork was revealed to encourage neighbours to come together on Sunday July 18, 2010 in a simple act of friendship and community. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for The Big Lunch)




    3D Street Art


    Cycle Team Skys Bradley Wiggins takes a diversion into the rainforest on Londons Southbank before taking part in the Tour of Britain cycle race, 2010 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images for Sky 3D)




    3D Street Art


    Construction worker Cliff Roberts, of Crosby, Merseyside, drives a stake into the heart of Dracula October 26, 2010 in Liverpool. The 3D painting is promoting Jameson Cult Film Clubs screening of the 1958 classic Hammer Horror [Dracula]. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images for Jameson)




    3D Street Art


    Film fan Natalie Brown tries to escape from some aliens on November 23, 2010 in Manchester, England. The 3D painting is promoting Jameson Cult Film Clubs screening of James Camerons Aliens. (Photo by Tim Hales/Getty Images for Jameson)


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3D Street Art


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3D Street Art


Street artist Kurt Wenner adds the finishing touches to a 3D work of art in Waterloo Station on October 17, 2007 in London, England. Wenner is famous for combining traditional street painting with classical training, illusion and performance to invent an art form of his own know as anamorphic, illusionistic or 3D painting. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)




3D Street Art




3D Street Art


3D street artist Kurt Wenner creates a drawing at Waterloo train station on July 24, 2008 in London, England. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)




3D Street Art




3D Street Art




3D Street Art




3D Street Art


The 3D street painting [Crevasse] by artist Edgar Mueller is seen in this undated picture during the [Festival of culture], 2008 in Dun Laoghaire, Irland. Edgar Mueller put a part of the eastern Pier into the ice age. This project has been supported by the Goethe Institution Germany. (Photo by Edgar Mueller/Getty Images)




3D Street Art




3D Street Art


The 3D street painting [Turning Riverstreet into a river] (The waterfall) by artist Edgar Mueller is seen in this undated picture. [Turning Riverstreet into a river] is the largest 3d-street-painting ever done. About 280 mВІ are covered with paint. Edgar Mueller realized it together with local artists at the Moose Jaw Prairie Arts Festival in 2007. (Photo by Edgar Mueller/Getty Images)




3D Street Art


3D artist Kurt Wenner unveils his latest creation inspired by The Big Lunch. The amazing artwork was revealed to encourage neighbours to come together on Sunday July 18, 2010 in a simple act of friendship and community. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for The Big Lunch)




3D Street Art


Cycle Team Skys Bradley Wiggins takes a diversion into the rainforest on Londons Southbank before taking part in the Tour of Britain cycle race, 2010 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images for Sky 3D)




3D Street Art


Construction worker Cliff Roberts, of Crosby, Merseyside, drives a stake into the heart of Dracula October 26, 2010 in Liverpool. The 3D painting is promoting Jameson Cult Film Clubs screening of the 1958 classic Hammer Horror [Dracula]. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images for Jameson)




3D Street Art


Film fan Natalie Brown tries to escape from some aliens on November 23, 2010 in Manchester, England. The 3D painting is promoting Jameson Cult Film Clubs screening of James Camerons Aliens. (Photo by Tim Hales/Getty Images for Jameson)


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