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Sidewalk drawings
I'm fairly sure these will have been posted before, probably on the old and probably by me! But they are just so incredible!

Some of them defy belief and really fuck with your head
I do remember these. Good show...this guy does some amazing art. i have done the side walk art before and it blows me away with the color range of chalk he has. I have had more than 128 different shades of chalk and I still could not even get the color blend that he can do.
That's right, I said it...
Some people just amaze me with their art. I absolutely love sidewalk chalk art. I've actually seen it live once and was absoltuely amazed. the pictures are amazing too but to have seen it live just flipped me.
Yeah that' guy's art has been bouncing around the internet a lot. I have received two separate e-mails of his work and it is all different. The guy is prolific and talented. A shame that the next rain obliterates his creations.
I'll drink to that. Or anything else for that matter.
Those are incredible. The second one down seems to be emanating light.

The forth one down makes the real people, standing on the chalk rocks, look like they are super-imposed.

The sense of perspective (3D effect) is almost impeccable. I've seen some of them before, but they are definitely worth a second look.
"If I owned both Hell and Texas, I'd live in Hell and rent out Texas." - General Sheridan
Photographing them really helps that sense of depth by allowing you to see the work from just the right perspective. That's the one problem with this kind of art, it really only works if you see it from just the right angle.
Yeah, that's true. It would be distorted at any distance but the perfect one. It would be fun to walk away from one of them until it appeared in its ideal perspective.
"If I owned both Hell and Texas, I'd live in Hell and rent out Texas." - General Sheridan
Truly amazing and impressive. I'd love to get to see some of his work in person, up close and personal.

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