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By on February 28, 2010, with 20 Comments

Just when I wanted to complain how Edgar Müller’s pavement drawings, (even though being extremely professional and realistic) all form some kind of giant holes in the ground, I received his Waterfall project. Yup, it still has some kind of descending implemented, but this one should also stand proud next to his previous projects. It may be useful to mention that Waterfall pavement drawing was in fact Edgar’s first project. I have added few more photos inside this post, but even more can be found inside the gallery beneath. With about 270 m², this painting was exhibited on the occasion of the Prairie Art Festival. Check Edgar Müller tag for more of his works!

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You can see Edgar’s Waterfall from different angles:

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Richard-Haviland/100000657164709 Richard Haviland

    Another gem! Keep them coming.

  • Noone

    OMG the first pic looks soooo realistic

    =^_^=

  • kit kat

    first commen yeA that looks real!!!!!!

  • Care Bear

    These give a whole new meaning to “Watch where you’re going.” Fantastic, as usual.

  • Ron Calhoun

    Where are the comments?

  • http://www.xox-theoneyoufellfor-xox.piczo.com antonia

    heyy ii just wanted to say those pictures are so trippen keep up with the work lmfao

  • Johnny Jack Pompolla

    I have read in Guinnes records book, that this is the biggest chalk drawing ever made!

  • Selma Ozi Cahtarevic

    its good, but u have to see it from the perfect angle,bog!:)

  • brandon

    Edgar has done some amazing art, what I really love about it is that its not permanent except in pictures, which dont really do it justice, it has to be seen in person to really give the grand scope of the piece.

  • http://www.facebook.com G–zal

    d arts really cool!!

  • anonymous

    that is really really really cool

  • http://www.skytransfers.com Casey

    Those are real freaky and hair raising pictures. How did they do that?

  • mumfydood

    PURE RUBBISH its looks like an overflowing hyperventerling feather mucky toilet extuingwisher with a blue flying chinese pig above the monkey lit city . humph.

  • http://www.andianimation.blogspot.com andi

    that was cool’ awesome n_n

  • Cree

    Saw this in school today, for fun. It’s pretty amazing.

  • Veggies

    I hate when people stand on the art, they make it so obvious, i know it looks better when they are sitting……but when they are standing it just looks obvious.

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    • lonnie

      Her standing on it only makes it obvious because the cameraman shot it from the wrong angle. I’ve seen one where the artist stood over an image of a hole with a shovel

  • mumfydood2

    I think the original mumfydood is a total idiot. IT is art. A way of expressing ones self. Maybe you have no expression, being SUCH a critic, but it’s a beautiful way of this man expressing himself. Why must you be so MEAN AND NASTY to others?

  • mumfydood2

    And you can’t spell worth crap!! Learn to type and spell if you’re going to be such a critic. :)

  • TheSherlockedSherlockian

    I wonder if people ever get dizzy standing on his art. I would.

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