Luke O’Sullivan screen-prints directly onto wood pieces which he assembles into fantastic 3-D pieces — houses, cityscapes, appliances — that would work really well as set pieces for a children’s play.
Forget Edgar Muller and Julian Beaver, good though they are, Andrea Pozzo was creating breathtaking three-dimensional art back in the Seventeeth Century, including this, his most famous work, which adorns the nave ceiling of the Church of Sant’Ignazio in Rome.
Some people are talented, others are just truly remarkable. German artist Edgar Muller makes these three-dimensional apocalyptic fantasy street art in cities across the world. His work is reminiscent of that of English artist, Julian Beever.
Gary Priester creates hidden 3D Stereogram images, including this series, Object Array Stereogram. In 2004, he published the book, Eye Tricks — Incredible 3D Stereograms, which contained 100 of his Stereogram images and sold 100,000 copies. His latest book is called Hidden Treasures: 3D Stereograms.
I’ve loved 3D art ever since I was a kid, especially the kind that requires 3D glasses to really appreciate it. My studio, Thunderdog, is working on an art book right now of just three dimensional art, featuring a hundred artists. It should be out next Christmas.
I was feeling kind of picky this morning, searching for just the right thing to itch that Monday morning scratch. The beautiful origami like collages of London illustrator Kate Slater really did it. The fact that they’re 3D makes you convinced that you might actually be able to crawl inside one of them and reclaim […]
Petra Stefankova is a Fellow of RSA in London, a Channel 4 television Talent Award winner, and an artist in her own right. Phew! Her digital work is based on the surrealist technique of automatic drawing, which is then transformed into 3D CGI space.