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The wider side of the Gooderham Building (1892) in Toronto is marked by an artful painting made in the style of trompe l’oeil, meaning ‘to deceive the eye.’ The Flatiron Mural (1998) by Canadian artist Derek Besant, mirrors the building directly across from it. Derek gave the illusion of a fluttering drape and many open windows, only a few of which are actually there.

The wider side of the Gooderham Building (1892) in Toronto is marked by an artful painting made in the style of trompe l’oeil, meaning ‘to deceive the eye.’ The Flatiron Mural (1998) by Canadian artist Derek Besant, mirrors the building directly across from it. Derek gave the illusion of a fluttering drape and many open windows, only a few of which are actually there.

Northwest Fantasy | Pavement Art Gallery 4 | Kurt Wenner - Master Artist, Architect, and Street Painter

Northwest Fantasy | Pavement Art Gallery 4 | Kurt Wenner - Master Artist, Architect, and Street Painter

Street art inspireert om zijn bizarre 3D tekeningen en geeft mij het idee om eens te proberen

Street art inspireert om zijn bizarre 3D tekeningen en geeft mij het idee om eens te proberen

Street Art14 Marvelous Street Art Murals By Stefan Bacigal

Marvelous Street Art Murals By Stefan Bacigal

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Stunning 3D Illusions Street Art

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