Prepare to have your mind blown by Portuguese street artist Sergio Odeith’s anamorphic graffiti, which appears to hover in midair.
Odeith’s graffiti is often painted on surfaces with corners and angles and with a certain degree of shading that, when all combined, makes his art appear 3D. Some of his pieces give the illusion that they jump from the wall, while others appear to float or span the space between two walls.
The Lisbon-based artist has been creating graffiti since it first gained prominence in Portugal in the 90s. According to Odeith’s biography on his website, he showed an early interest in perspective and shading, dubbing his unique style “sombre 3D.” Since then, he has received international recognition for his anamorphic artwork and has gone on to create murals for national brands like Coca Cola and Samsung.
You can view Odeith’s anamorphic graffiti in the above gallery, as well as on his website.