3D Street Paintings by Tracy Lee Stum

By Village Mayor • Apr 6th, 2009 • Category: Art, Latest Post

We already had an extremely popular post here on villageofjoy.com about Amazing 3D Sidewalk Art by Julian Beever who is an English chalk artist. This time we are going to share some of madonnara’s 3D pavement art.

“A professional street painter or madonnara, Tracy Lee Stum is a fine artist committed to creating spectacular modern masterpieces that transform, captivate and inspire.”

She is best known for her 3D street paintings, also called anamorphic or pavement chalk art.

“3D Anamorphic Street Paintings are illusionary 2-dimensional images that appear to become 3-dimensional when viewed from a fixed point through a camera lens.”

“Tracy has been creating these types of chalk art images since she first started street painting and continues to challenge herself through this manner of visual expression.”

– excerpts from her website.

She has traveled the world to be a featured artist in many festivals and events, and she currently holds the Guinness World Record for the largest street painting by an individual, which she completed in 2006.

Tracy Lee Strum was kind enough to give us an exclusive permission to use her photos on villageofjoy.com and share them with you. Now let the art talk for itself!















#15 (the same as #14 but from different angle)






If you like these don’t forget to check Amazing 3D Sidewalk Art by another chalk artist Julian Beever.

P.S. : Tracy’s photos from this post are copyrighted. Her website: TracyLeeStum.com

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