3D Street Murals with a Hi-Tech Twist
Even though human beings have been putting art on walls since the beginning of time, it’s an activity that has evolved with technological advancements. While graffiti is ere captivating its become much better, vibrant and fierce, thanks to the introduction of the technology, which allow street artists to make their mark on streets like never before.
One such artist is Manuel Di Rita a.k.a Peeta, an Italian graffiti artist, writer and sculptor who’s mesmerizing us with his wild 3D pieces that are awesome in every dimension imaginable. Going by his latest creations, the Venice-based artist could sway even the hardest-to-impress folks with his cool street art.
While Peeta has been doing graffiti since 1993, when he painted his first wall in his hometown of Venice, his art style has massively and impressively evolved. He’s become an accomplished sculptor and painter, but saw the need to move to being a graphic designer to keep up with the digital age.
Using CAD software such as Photoshop, Illustrator and Rhino, Peeta has transformed his work style to an astonishing 3D art that’s virtually attractive from every angle. To graphic designers, these styles may seem familiar or normal, but they arguably can’t do what Peeta does as he’s certainly brought to life some of the most extraordinary art pieces in Europe.