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Mystifying Illusions of People Walking Sideways on Walls - My Modern Metropolis

Mystifying Illusions of People Walking Sideways on Walls

Gravity-defying Murals Anders Gjennestad, Norwegian street artist who goes by the name Strøk used layered stencils to make this gravity-defying mural.

Shadowy Optical Illusion Mural by Strøk in Italy

Shadowy Optical Illusion Mural by Strøk in Italy

As part of the Memorie Urbane street art festival in Italy, Norweigan stencil artist Anders Gjennestad (aka Strøk) painted this shadowy mural on the side of an old school.

Anders Gjennestad aka Strøk just completed this new piece in Porsgrunn, a city and municipality in Telemark county, Norway.

Gravity defying mural, Porsgrunn, Norway (by Anders Gjennestad (aka Strøk))

Shadowy Optical Illusion Mural by Strøk in Italy

Shadowy Optical Illusion Mural by Strøk in Italy

Gravity-Defying Mural by Anders Gjennestad - Norwegian street artist Anders Gjennestad aka Strøk used hand-cut multi-layered stencils to create this impressive gravity-defying mural, for the Memorie Urbane Festival in Italy… via Anders Gjennestad

hese black and white figures are so realistic, pedestrians might be mystified when they pass by this wall mural by Norwegian stencil artist Anders Gjennestad. Also known as Strøk, the artist utilizes all kinds of visual tricks, including distorted perspective and strong shadows, to produce illusions of people walking sideways on walls.

Mystifying Illusions of People Walking Sideways on Walls

Street art might drive you up the wall, but that's a good thing when Anders Gjennestad is at work. This Norwegian street artist who goes by the name Strøk used layered stencils to make this gravity-defying mural.

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Norwegian street artist Anders Gjennestad, aka Strøk, (previously featured here) recently enhanced the exterior walls of an elementary school in Gaeta, Italy with his signature hand-cut, multi-layered.

These black and white figures are so realistic, pedestrians might be mystified when they pass by this wall mural by Norwegian stencil artist Anders Gjennestad. Also known as Strøk, the artist utilizes all kinds of visual tricks, including distorted perspective and strong shadows, to produce illusions of people walking sideways on walls.

Mystifying Illusions of People Walking Sideways on Walls

Norwegian stencil artist Anders Gjennestad also known as Strøk, who has created these black and white figures on the wall. Actually, he is the one who painted a group of kids playing on either end …

Anders Gjennestad / Strøk

Recent work of the artist Anders Gjennestad/ Strøk

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