Call me a scaredy-cat, but there’s no way I’d walk on that. Ok, maybe I’ll tip-toe around the edges, but likely not a full on strut. I know I’m not the only one who’s mind this messes with. I’ll just feel like I’ll fall in at some point, ha.
Nonetheless, this is an amazing sight to see!
Behold the world’s largest 3D anamorphic street painting in the Canary Wharf district of London. The 12,490 square foot painting was sponsored by Reebok CrossFit and took just 7 days to create.
If you’d like to see it in person, head on over to London-town, then to the historic Canary Wharf district, a major business district which is one of the two main financial centers in the city.
About the artist
Joe Hill is a brilliant street 3D artist who is known for his amazing 3D pavement art. Joe, along with his friend late Max Lowry, has travelled the world from New York to Shanghai creating his unique 3D street art. They design their anamorphic paintings to encourage audience interaction. His work has me in awe of how someone could have such vision. It’s amazing.
Here are some more of my favorites by him: