Talk about graffiti artists nowadays and you’ll notice they’ve lost some of the traditional stigmas of street arts. The one-rogue street art trend has been accepted into the traditional art community, and it’s easy to see why when you glance at Sergio Odeith’s amazing 3D Street Art.
The Portuguese artist began creating realistic art in the nineties when it first gained prominence in the region. He began out with basic sketches on street walls and train tracks but then progressed into 3D models on a large scale. Odeith continued to evolve and embraced the elusive signature style, which he called “sombre 3D,” a methodology that incorporates curves, lines, and shadows to produce an impressive 3D impact on painting. His anamorphic art sequence and surreal sketches, which appeared like something out of a science horror fiction movie, gained international attention in 2005, with giant spiders threatening to crawl off the walls at helpless passers-by.
Not surprisingly, since then, the Lisbon-based muralist has been asked to design works across the globe in the U.S. cities of Baton Rouge, L.A., Charleston and Lexington and has even been granted contracts with major corporations such as Coca-Cola, Samsung, and Shell.
Scroll down below to see some truly amazing realistic art by Odeith!