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photoblog image Another trompe l'oeil from David Zinn

Another trompe l'oeil from David Zinn

Another trompe l'oeil from David Zinn

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 21 Oct 2015, 02:03
Loving this series of street art, Tom.
Tom Wilson: I'm glad you're enjoying them, Ray smile
  • Martine
  • France
  • 21 Oct 2015, 05:32
Joli tag. Il va manger la pierre.
Tom Wilson: It certainly looks like it! Merci, Martine.
He certainly has a unique style Tom, good to see quality work.
Tom Wilson: He's a clever fellow - interesting that he just uses chalk, which eventually washes away - this was taken two or three weeks after it had been done - lucky to have survived I think!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 21 Oct 2015, 06:24
Very amusing and of course clever Tom
Tom Wilson: Yes, both of those things, Chris.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 21 Oct 2015, 08:47
The gnashing of teeth.
Tom Wilson: Could be your foot! smile
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 21 Oct 2015, 08:56
How clever this is, Tom
Tom Wilson: It is, isn't it? Of course it only looks right from this point of view, from the other side it is just a mess smile
Quite a clever one Tom!
Tom Wilson: He's a clever fellow, Richard.
Not as clear but well done.
Tom Wilson: Yes - he just works in chalk and this was two or three weeks after the event - given that Borås is the rainiest city in Sweden, it's a miracle it survived as long1
I love this sort of thing Tom
Tom Wilson: I'd be happy to see more real street art on our streets, Bill - I think it really enlivens the place. And, of course, it pulls the tourists into Boråa.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 21 Oct 2015, 15:33
I assume that this is a sea-monster, it could have lived in Loch Ness, before it travelled to Sweden in order to support Prof. Wilson at his scientific debates.
Tom Wilson: That seems the most likely explanation, Philine smile
nicely done, Tom. both the art work and your shot
Tom Wilson: Thanks on both our parts, Ayush smile
This image looks three dimensional swimming up out of the sidewalk or wall... he's a great street artist....petersmile
Tom Wilson: Clever stuff, isn't it? It's called anamorphic art - see his video at

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