Categories Architecture A New Perspective on Street Art Post author By Jimmy Stamp Post date 10 April, 2006 4 Comments on A New Perspective on Street Art I think this has been around the internets for a while, but I just saw these chalk drawings by English artist Julian Beever. Sidewealk art, sort of in the spirit of Felice Varini, whom I first became aware of thanks to Gravestmor. Tags chalk, Julian Beever, sidewalk, street art ← Pritzker gets a Brazilian → Vlad the Inheritor 4 replies on “A New Perspective on Street Art” Phantastic post, I really enjoyed it! Did you know that anamorphosis was invented in the early 17th century! In the „Bibliotheca Perspectivae“ in Florence I came across a book called „La perspective curieuse“ by the french mathematician Jean François Niceron from the year 1638, where he describes how to construct anamorphic pictures. If you’re interested in, you can see more details here and here! trompe l’oeil! awesome. New hardcore french writer: “Idéologiquement Cash/Chiotte L’aplat de niaiseries répandu sur le texte a empêché de dévoiler la puissance colérique des propos en général. Une sorte de philosophie en parfaite adéquation avec l’époque. Ni avant-garde, ni conservatisme.” To be continued: http://hirsute.hautetfort.com where have you gone, mr. stamp? i’m rather fond of your blog and you’ve kept me hanging for so long! please return soon, assuming all is well, etc etc. Comments are closed.