Julian Beever’s New 3D Sidewalk Paintings

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Every now and then we post amazing set of 3D sidewalk paintings done usually by chalk artist Julian Beever. These things never get old, and always manage to fascinate. I collected dozen of photos never before seen on this site, and integrated them in this article. All look amazing to me, but I liked the “World” one the best. Is it your favorite too? If I missed any of his creations, be sure to notify me, but before you do this, check if I already posted them to the “3D Sidewalk Art” category. Another thing I noticed, is that this particular artist always poses next to his creations (when finished) in a very original way! Stay fresh my friends, and if you liked this article please share it on the net!











111 Comments

  1. these drawings are absolutely phenomenal. this guy has amazing talent!! can someone tell me where they are? i noticed one of them was of a subway station in manhattan, the union square one. i live in new york city and would love to see them in real life–is that where they are? once again you have provided fantastic illusions!!

  2. my fave was the fifth… it really looks like the girl is in mid-air. its amazing how you have to draw them really streched out and take the piicture at a certain angle.

    YAY FIRST!!!

  3. Julian’s paintings are absolutely amazing. Hope to see one in real life one day. Check out his website too, very cool stuff!!

  4. That is amazing!! It goes to show there are some really really talented people in the world =)! I’ve never seen art like it… Love it!

  5. these are amazing, wish i could draw like that!! these guys don’t get enough credit for things when they are out street painting, but hats off i say!

  6. THAT IS JUST F—ING AMAZING!!!!!
    INCREDABLE!!!!! WOOOOWWWW!!!

    i don’t know what more to say except I SO WISH I HAD THAT TALENT!!

  7. these irritate me for some reason but they are really cool! where can i find a picture of one these where the picture has been taken so that it doesn’t look “real”

  8. I’ve seen sidewalk paintings in Bellingham and Port Townsend, these however, take the cake. I love illusions of space–crawling out of a hole for instance. As an artist myself, I wonder how it is to spend so much time and then have the elements take it away. Perhaps it’s like the monks making those intricate sand–or is is colored rice–paintings. Bravo!

  9. I’ve seen sidewalk paintings in Bellingham and Port Townsend, these however, take the cake. I love illusions of space–crawling out of a hole for instance. As an artist myself, I wonder how it is to spend so much time on a drawing and then have the elements take it away. Perhaps it’s like the monks making those intricate sand–or is is colored rice–paintings. Bravo!

  10. these are amazing and very phenominal..i love them all.they all look so realistic..if a can meet the creator of these drawings…i would really want to know how they possibly did these beautiful drawings..

  11. Takes a certain type of mind to be able to visualise something so accurate, whilst having to draw a completely different image on the floor!

  12. these were painted by chalks? so after rain all will be gone? Is it that’s why many can’t locate the painting ??

  13. These chalk drawings are very nice, but they only last as long as weather and pedestrian permit. and he creates these illusions by looking through the scope of his camera after every line he makes to create the optical illusion.

  14. Thats so nice i love something like that i hope something like that come in Germany too.
    ;)))))))))))))))))))));););)

  15. Man! I don’t know how you can do the works you do, but I find them amazing. The depth you put into each one, it looks like you could just step off into picture. Cool

  16. I would pay for a huge sinkhole to be painted in the middle of my asphalt driveway. BUT, in real paint that would be permanent. The number of vehicles that use it for turnarounds are ruining it early, and I can’t afford replacement.

  17. wow he’s great..i have some of his works on my phone and everytime i look at it,i feel inspired. i want to learn how to do it.

  18. That was FONAMALLY DONE! IT WAS OUTSTANDING INCREDABLE! Really there are NO words to describe the wonderfullness of this!! GREAT JOB!!!! A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

  19. you paint incredible and i want to paint like you could you paint someone playing guitar sitting down

  20. These are truly amazing! I have never seen anything like them- and I am only looking at pictures. I would love the opportunity to see them in person. He should do them across the country/ world in a cordoned off area and charge people to see them. I sure would pay if I could find them!!

  21. Hi Julian, been seeing your work crop up from time to time. Youve come a long way from performing handstands in the art room. I really like your work, just wanted to tell you.
    Ian Crossan

  22. I never thought this was possible, I mean I’ve seen it on paper and i’m like i’ll be able to do that if i practice but when I’ve seen Julian’s drawings i said to myself whoa is he the best drawer in the world or the best anamorphic.

  23. I only wish I knew what my talent was. Im going to die not knowing but thats ok Im happy i just have to keep trying to guess. Love your work.

  24. wooow, those are soo amazing! but are they real chalk? because that would suck if you worked super hard on that for weeks.. and then it rained the next day

  25. Totally mind blowing incredible talent talent! In a class all bu itself. Thank you Julian! One of the rare examples of man that doesn’t destroy.

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