Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew is Thailand based artist. Using yarn, fabric and special transparent mesh, he creates multi-layered portraits that look holographic. By using very simple material, Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew generates three-dimensional images that are very tender. The technique he uses make the each portrait looks ephemeral and illusory. Check more of his work here.
Alessandro Battisti Battisti started “Prospective Cities Series” ten years ago. Each of his work, is an image of different floating ‘3-D’ city, amidst a changing sea of shapes, colors and perspective. The effect of geometric & architectural illustrations (on buildings) is admittedly a bit surreal and the end product quite fantastic.
Jeremy Mann Beautiful and detailed artworks that feature different perspectives of cityscapes. Use of shading in oil paintings to create illusions of reflection. The portraits also resemble photographs that were taken with a ‘bokeh’ effect.
Alex J. Jefferies
Art in The Streets