Street painting found throughout Europe streets. The street painter normally works with chalk or spray paint. The street painters are called Madonnari in United State, but in Italy madonnaro or madonnara , because they created images of the Madonna, and In England they are called Screevers. In Italy a street painting festival in Grazie di Curtatone, was performed to promote street painting and in the year 2011 street painting is recognized all over the world as performance art-form. In 1980s, Kurt Wenner invented 3D pavement art, or one-point perspective art, which appeared to be 3D if it is viewed from some specific angle.
10. Milton Keynes, UK
This 3D street painting was created by Melanie Stimmell in UK .this painting was specially painted for FringeMk Festival in June 2011 malante. Melanie Stimmell was originally from USA.In this festival he shows his best performance
A Melanie Stimmell is a master street painter she is the only woman ever to hold First position in two countries (Italy and Germany). She has worked with clients in Turkey, Holland, Netherlands Antilles, France, Canada, and throughout the United State. This painting created 3D street painting known as “Special Delivery “
9. Santas Grotto, Camberley, UK
Julian Beever made a surprise late in December, 2011 of this “Santas Grotto” picture in Camberley, UK. Beever is one of the most renowned 3D street art painters and he took 4 days to create one of his master pieces in chalk.
Julian Beever is an English chalk artist who has been working since mid of 1990’s. He uses a technique called projection in which the drawing on the pavement starts interacting with the viewer when viewed from a proper angle.
Normally Beever first designs his work on paper, he also Use a camera and he uses the effect of lens from the different angle, which help him in creating the picture. Beever works internationally as a freelance artist and creates wall painting for companies.
Julian Beever also published a Book Pavement Chalk Artist.
8. Phoenix, Michigan, USA
Edgar Muller is the third most popular 3D street artist who has created this amazing picture in Michigan, USA which is titled as “Phoenix” by Muller. The picture was created for the City Art Gallery in August 2011 and drew thousands of people with in a week who posed photographs with the artwork.
Edgar Müller was born in Mülheim( Germany ) on 10 July 1968., while he was in school He went neighboring town of Geldern, where an international competition of street painters took place. Inspired by the by the works of art which met him on his way to school, Edgar Müller take part in a competition at the age of 16 it was his first time, at the aged 19, with a copy of the famous “Jesus at Emmaus “ In the years that followed, he entered many other international competitions.
7. Lego Terracotta Army
Lego Terracotta Army is another epic 3D art painting which is created by Planet Street Painting for the Sarasota Chalk Festival in November 2011. This piece of art painting won the best 3D piece of the festival, Sarasota Chalk Festival 3D LEGO Army. The relevant image is a photo from reddit of the best artwork, and it is remarkable that such a 3D drawing could be created with chalk on a street.
A group of artists from the Netherlands found inspiration in the Terracotta Army of China; they decided to give this 3D street painting a fresh twist by using Lego mini-figures instead of Chinese statues. Leon Keer is the art director, and fellow Dutchmen Remko van Schaik, Peter Westerink, and Ruben Poncia are part of the team. These Artists worked together with him to complete this amazing 3D street painting of a Lego army.
The spectacular masterpiece was produced by a group of Dutch street artists, as part of the Saratosa Chalk Festival in Florida. Artist Leon Keer, the art director of the project, said he was inspired by the iconic image of the 8,000-strong Chinese terracotta army which was first discovered in 1974 and is now one of China’s prime tourist attractions.
6. Visit Britain, Shown in Shanghai, China
Joe is the artist of this marvelous street art who has toured many countries. He tries to grab the attention of the people from all over the world to the famous UK landmarks and events through his 3D street artwork. The stunning piece of 3D art was shown in Shanghai, China and was created and painted on two walls and one floor where he wanted to show culture and beauty of Britain.
During the last seven years, Joe and Max who is his partner in street art work, have traveled the world, from New York to Shanghai, and have created street paintings in a unique 3D art. They design their paintings to encourage their audience to connect, interact and participate. He attracts people for ideal live events, marketing campaigns.
5. Reebook Crossfit, London, Docklands
Joe and Max made one of the world’s largest and longest 3D street artwork. The really very huge 3D street art measures 1160 meters square and is 106metres long, which broke the record of the biggest street 3D painting. The work of art was painted in London’s West India Quays. This 3D painting is biggest 3D street painting in Guinness World Records as biggest 3D painting.
4. Central Shopping Center, Macau, China
Qi Xinghua made a 3D street painting in Macau, China which is very long 3D painting. This is really master piece of 3D Street in Macau, China. The 3D picture was 120m long and created to celebrate the second anniversary of the Central Shopping Centre in Macau. Qi Xinghua is expecting world record 2012 in Guinness Book of World Records longest 3D painting.
3. Brandon Trust bridge, Bristol, England
This 3D street painting was a symbol that supports Brandon trust, Brandon Trust bridge 3D painting was painted during the Brandon Trust Awareness Week in November 2010.
2. Ice Abyss.
It is another master piece of renowned German painter, Edgar Muller who painted this piece of art in the “Festival of World Culture” held from 21st to 24th august 2008. It is an absolutely breath taking 3D street painting which he made to continued his series of large size 3D street art.
1. Anti-AIDS Campaign, Oslo, Norway
Norwegian artist Manfred Stader painted 3D painting in Oslo during the campaign against the Aids/HIV. This campaign was also supported by the Norway’s Crown Princess Mette-Mari The crown princess Mette-Mari, who has also works as a special envoy for the UN’s AIDS project.