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As we reported back in Feb, scientists have been baffled by the appearance of a mysterious cave at West India Quay, London. Now the same phenomena has been spotted in Geldren, Germany. Moving away from fiction, stepping back to reality, what you see below is 3d chalk drawing created by Edgar Mueller for the International Street Painting Competition in Geldern 2009. This one is the second of his Cave Project Paintings. If you like what Edgar does, I recommend following #Edgar Mueller tag.

Mysterious Caves II

Mysterious Caves 2 – Behind The Scenes:

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11 Responses
  1. africa says:

    i like the 3d art but if u look real closely on the right u se a person made out of trees and on the lleft a shark

  2. Mr. Muller has an unbelievable talent. I have trouble painting things 15×30 and he’s painting “tall buildings in a single bound”. What an Artist!!

  3. Jen Steffen says:

    This is so cool. I would love to be able to draw at all, but to draw like this would be awesome.

  4. Bryce says:

    Wish I could see one of these in person to see if the effect is still as strong as it is in a 2D photo.

  5. Bathbomber says:

    The “Behind the scenes” photos are out of order.
    Nice cavern though

    • RocketZ says:

      Hello Bathbomber,

      Maybe you’d like to check the photos out again. They perfectly worked for me :D (3rd nov 2010). good luck!

  6. Hailey :D says:

    ive always wanted to jump on one of those ^_^

  7. BizoZiez1337 says:

    Its neat its just chalk, and very beutifful!

  8. jatti says:

    cool pic!!!!

  9. Rana says:

    I love street art <3

  10. nisha says:

    amazing art…
    where is this amazing place???

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