Amazing 3D Trompe Loeils


We have posted many amazing chalk drawings and murals in the past, but this collection beats them all! All of the photos in this post were collected, and submitted by one of our fans named Adriano. If you jump inside this post you will see that every Mural is Trompe L’Oeil (“fool the eye”), and has it’s belonging photo of the same site, before it was painted. Magnificent! Which one did you like the most? More: Murals Category, 3D Sidewalk Drawings.

  • Kristin

    Wow – now I just need one of those in my windowless office – that’ll really open things up!

    • seb12

      the problem is that if you look at it from a different angle then everything would be stretched out. You also have to close one eye when you are looking at it in real life.

  • iTalk

    Love the 1st and 6th. The blank and white ones dont make much sence.

    doNT click here!

  • ashley

    some of them i dont really understand, but some are really cool!

  • killer bees

    the black and white ones are the buildings before he painted on them

  • Vivek

    Wow… thats really amazing… what a wonderful artist he must be… I love this site…

  • ***Zeina***

    Those are sooo cool!!! I wish I could do that on the door of my room or something!
    yeah, the black and white ones are the “before” pictures. :)

  • Anonymous

    Theres a cool mural at California Adventure amusement park in Aneheim that is like a mix of a picture and a real building.

  • Anonymous

    black and white? What’s the illusion anyway in those black and whities?

  • Rosina

    I like #6 the best…

  • Patricia Cardozo (Argentina)

    The painter is JOHN PUGH.

    The style is “trompe l´oil”

    Another painters: Relero, Varini, Julian Beever, Kurt Wenner…

    I´m sorry I speak a little english.

  • Patricia Cardozo

    Some of these murals have been painted by Eric Grohe:

  • Jonna


  • Anonymous

    I wished those painted places were real… Oh well, at least they’re really close to being real…

  • Cozmik

    These are all awesome pictures. The B/W’s are the “before” pictures of the surfaces that were painted with the illusion pictures.

  • Anonymous

    There’s one like this in Quebec city, it’s really neat.

  • CareBear

    I’ve seen Trompe Loeils on a smaller scale, in people’s houses and all, but this is mind boggling. Everyone needs to have his or her mind boggled now and them. Loosens things up and get the imagination flowing.

  • they look so real!

  • Veggies

    I like the one with the dog in the book, it’s SO cute!
    ” O

  • someonelse

    Absolutely unReal…..

    Thank u 4 sharing such beautiful artworks with Us, I 4 1 appreciate them.

    Regards Dave

  • bxia

    The black and white pictures are how the places looked before someone drew on them.

  • zomgitsonyx

    6th picture down: I live in that town. It’s in the downtown district :) It’s cool to see that on the web. :D

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