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The 3D Creature Graffiti by a French street artist is not for the faint of heart (30 New Pics)

Cities’ streets may be tedious and monotonous. That’s why it’s so entertaining to watch them given to life by talented and imaginative street painters. Although not everyone like graffiti, it’s tough not to admire Pierrot’s unique and amazing masterpieces (Scaf).

The artist makes incredible 3D graffiti illusions that appear to be poised to leap off the wall. Someone who didn’t expect to see a dinosaur or a lion around the corner would be in for a real fright. Pierrot frequently photographs the sites he modifies before and after, and it’s incredible to watch the transformation from a plain wall to a piece of beauty.

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Pierrot developed his own business where he sells his paintings. “Passionate about sketching, I started my decoration firm GrafoDeco,” Pierrot writes on his website. Individuals and professionals (public or private enterprises), event organizers, associations, and anyone else looking to add a touch of creativity to their interior or exterior decorations are all welcome to attend. I paint on a variety of surfaces (walls, panels, canvases, etc.) and in a variety of sizes.”

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Pierrot did not attend any art schools or equivalent institutions. He began his career in the same way that most street artists do: on the streets. He learned what he knows from other artists or on his own. Pierrot previously stated that a school classmate motivated him to begin making art in a prior interview.

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Pierrot doesn’t simply produce graffiti art; he also crafts difficult-to-perform interactive optical illusions. The degree at which you must comprehend perspective, light, and a variety of other concepts is absurd, and it needs a great deal of practice. This exemplifies how street art is not just a form of vandalism, but also an incredible and highly technical art form.

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Pierrot doesn’t simply produce graffiti art; he also crafts difficult-to-perform interactive optical illusions. The degree at which you must comprehend perspective, light, and a variety of other concepts is absurd, and it needs a great deal of practice. This exemplifies how street art is not just a form of vandalism, but also an incredible and highly technical art form.

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Pierrot agreed to an interview and told us that the major purpose of his street art is to make people laugh: “My primary goal is to make people laugh.” People should be able to enjoy themselves and escape by gazing at my artworks. I’ve been sketching since I was a child, and my cousin was also an artist. In 2001, I began vandal graffiti with a school classmate.”

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“The most difficult aspect is avoiding repeating myself over and over again.” I’m always trying to come up with fresh ideas. Animals occasionally appear in my paintings, but I’m typically looking for something that would look well on the wall. I need to paint without repeating myself; this is tough to achieve over time.”

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“I don’t have a particular subject or concept in mind,” Pierrot said when asked what themes he chose for his graffiti. My art does not express a certain meaning. I simply try to make things lighthearted and enjoyable.”

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“Most of my work is 3D and cartoon-like. It is dependent on the circumstances. The ultimate purpose, though, is to make people smile. So that those who come across my paintings would experience a sense of lightness in a world where everything moves at such a breakneck pace. I’m a big fan of cartoons. My objective is to dream and get away from the troubles of everyday existence.”

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“It also depends on the moment,” Pierrot says of how he decides what to sketch. I get an inspiration when watching a movie or a cartoon. Looking at the wall I’m about to work on also helps me come up with ideas. The concept came to me since the wall’s overall form is unusual (angles or wall superposition). I attempt to switch up the major theme of my paintings on a regular basis. I don’t want to be trapped in a cycle of repeating the same thing over and again.”

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“I’ve only been producing 3D designs for 5 or 6 years, but I’ve been painting for 20.” Even though I’m elderly and have a big white beard, I still aspire to paint. Young people will refer to me as ‘the old idiot of the hamlet.'”

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“My friends and traveling push me to constantly be more complex and sophisticated,” Pierrot says of what motivates him to keep producing. I am continuously putting myself to the test. I’m never satisfied with the final product of my paintings, therefore I attempt to improve on it whenever feasible.”

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“No, people usually like it, or don’t care,” the artist said when we asked if anyone were irritated by his graffiti. I reside in a hamlet in France’s northeast. People don’t look at graffiti very closely and aren’t necessarily appreciative of art.”

Here’s some advise from the artist for anyone interested in making art: “Always practice; don’t monitor social media or the news, especially at first.” Paint, paint, and then paint some more. Not for the money or to be famous, but for the sake of having fun. It’s a hobby before it becomes a career.”

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Pierrot explains himself further: “I paint virtually every day.” I am a pretty simple person. Painting, finding abandoned areas, and then coming up with ideas for paintings for them are all things that bring me joy. I participate in a variety of sports, including breakdancing. However, as I get older, I do less and less because it begins aching everywhere.”

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“Keep your young soul alive, don’t be too serious and strict in life,” Pierrot advises our readers. Remember how magical the world appeared when you were ten years old? This is my life philosophy, and the most important thing is to be interested about everything.”

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Originally published on the beautyofplane

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