Although in many societies painting the walls or streets is a kind of rebellion, it is a very creative and requires genious. The streets on which thousands of people walk, the walls near you while you are walking, the electricity poles, even pavements are unique canvases for street artists.
For Edgar Mueller, the pavements are unrivaled places to create and show his art. The paintings are so real that you will be afraid while walking on the waterfalls, crevasse or lava during the whole year.
Here is the great series that Müller created named “3D Pavement Art”
Edgar Müller transformed a huge slice of the East Pier into a dramatic ice age scene in Ireland.
He created a scenery appearing apocalyptic which invites the observer for proceeding in the picture.
The project for an international festival of children’s creativity.
Can you imagine walking on a waterfall? The painting is 280 sqm!
Tribute To Mount Fuji
Last year Edgar visited Yamanashi for location scouting and was fascinated by the beautiful nature of this area, especially by Mount Fuji.
The project in Aarhus, Denmark.