I’m always a little in awe when I see amazing graffiti murals. They just take so much time and talent that I can’t help but stop and stare most of the time, whether it’s legal graffiti or otherwise.
It’s no surprise that this graffiti mural optical illusion caught my eye this morning.
I wonder if they had problems with people trying to walk on the graffiti “road”; take note of the orange and white traffic marker.
Here’s the same graffiti optical illusion, but slightly closer…
I don’t know much about this graffiti optical illusion, but I don know it’s located in Pointe-Saint-Charles, a neighborhood in Montreal. My French is a little rusty these days, but according to this story, this graffiti optical illusion has something to do with making the local bike paths safer. I think?
Okay – busted. My French isn’t rusty; I don’t speak French at all and Google translate doesn’t always do the best job. So, if there’s anyone out there that really does speak or read French, maybe you can shed a little light on this subject? I’m really interested in finding out more about this graffiti optical illusion!
This graffiti optical illusion really reminds me of something, but I can’t quite ut my finger on it! Roger Rabbit’s Tunnel to Toontown maybe? Or, possibly one of Wile E. Coyote’s amzing creations?