Street artist Felice Varini is the person responsible for making these massive single-point perspective pieces of street art. At first viewers see only disconnected and random markings that become unified into a single form when viewed from a specific point. These installations are so precisely executed they look almost unreal. Varini uses a combination of paint and removable materials to create shapes that fall across multiple surfaces like shadows. The goal is to create something that is visually appealing, somewhat perplexing, and which makes the spaces they’re in more special. It’s also a statement about perspective – what looks unrelated and haphazard is from another angle unified, coherent, and much greater than the sum of its parts. Check out more images of Varini’s work below.
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