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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Artistic Touches in the Mails...

I am sharing with you an entertaining email that was forwarded by an ex-officemate to me, a fellow auditor and CPA back home...

So guys, here are the additional artistic touches of Julian Beever, an English artist who's famous for his art on the pavement of England, France, Germany, USA, Australia and Belgium . Beever gives to his drawings an amazing 3D illusion.

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Hey! Don't mess with the water system!
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Be careful! Don't step over that laptop computer...
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Be careful! Don't step over that laptop computer...
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Who wants to fall or stumble on that little hole? People avoid it actually...
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Hey! Don't fall!

So guys, that is the talent. I actually performed a search on this talented guy and more of his works can be found at this page. What I posted here are forwarded email from a friend and I am sharing the beauty of this art with you here.


  1. That's really something to keep an eye on. The guy really got an amazing talent.

  2. i'm dropping my EC here, pero bakit no such user ang lumalabas? what happened kaya?

  3. Wow this is a great way to tell the world how much Governments suck that don't fix their roads lol. I do love the artwork though and it is a good idea to turn something that looks pretty ugly into something that is Beautiful.

  4. In the Indian Mythology, there was one artist called "Maya" who created a building with similar kind of features. Water where it is not there, pits where they are not there etc. Your article reminded me of this episode. Lovely pics and it is evident from the passers by, the impact is profound.

  5. I think it's a good idea to make a w place for pedestrian.

  6. nice snaps.......it looks beautiful even when dugg........hehe

  7. nice illusion design

  8. OMG! I've seen this guy's work and he is AMAZING!

  9. I love seeing pictures like this. They are really amazing to see and some of them look 3D when you look at them long enough.

  10. The 3 dimensional aspect of it is so amazing. Everything looks so real. I would love to see this in person. Wow.


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