3DTVWatcher would like you to say hello to Ramon Bruin, an artist who creates amazing tridimensional art with the ye olde paper and pencil trick.
Much like the art of the magnificent Kurt Wenner, Bruin is playing with shading and angles, the help of which brings the 3D effect to life. This technique is called anamorphosis.
To make things even more life-like, he uses everyday objects or even his hand and takes pictures of art and reality interacting, making the audience feel that his images are popping out right at them.
The team at 3DTVwatcher are fanatical about 3D art and would like to remind everyone about amazing tridimensional paintings in Singapore’s International Airport, the beautiful exhibition of Wenner’s works at the Hangzhou Peace International Exhibition and Conference Centre in China and of course the new avenue that 3D printing has brought to art. The latter can be observed in the works of artists such as Eyal Gever or Eric van Straaten.
Meanwhile, here are a few more works done by the wonderful Ramon Bruin – all images belong to him.