The World’s First 3-D Graffiti Artwork, Requires 3-D Glasses To View
London-based, Australian-born graffiti artist Jimmy Cochran has created the world’s first piece of three-dimensional artwork, which requires viewers to put on 3-D glasses to see the “pop-out” effect.
Having worked on his ground-breaking 3-D technique for years, the artist finally unveiled the pioneering piece of 3-D art, “Girl With Spheres 3D”.
Showcased on the wall of the Bird & Ballard coffee shop at The Foundary in London, Cochran has taken care to make sure that the artwork looks equally good in 3-D and as a standalone piece of street art.
To watch the piece literally pop off the wall, simply collect a pair of 3-D glasses from the Bird & Ballard coffee shop.
View more of the artist works on his website.
[via Lost At E Minor]
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