Most of us are familiar with many of the famous art pieces, such as Michelangelo painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel or perhaps Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. When we look at these completed pieces of art, it can really make us wonder how they were able to be created. On the other hand, when you see artwork that is being created in front of you, it helps to enhance your appreciation for the end result.
Perhaps you are familiar with 3-D Street painting, and it is quite interesting to stand in front of it and watch it come up off of the pavement in front of you. What you may not realize is that this is not something that is just thrown together haphazardly. In many cases, it takes a lot of work before the painting begins, including a concept sketch and mapping things out on the pavement.
The entire process can be seen in this 3-D painting by Tracy Lee Stum. It is known as “Escape of the Mummy” and it was put together for a Street painting Festival. It will give you a newfound appreciation for the art and for the artist who is responsible for creating it.