Attention, please! These images are not real! The Portuguese graffiti artist Sergio Odeith started painting some signatures and doodles with a spray can in the mid-80s. After some years, he came across graffiti art. At first, he was illegally painting on the street walls. But his passion evolved into magnificent art pieces. Sergio Odeith dropped out of school when he was 15. Therefore, he does not have any art education; however, he never gave up on himself and learned how to paint on the walls realistically by himself. When we came to 2005, the artist became known worldwide for his 3D murals. These murals are painted with a 3D optical illusion effect. His compositions of huge insects or objects became widely known throughout the world. In addition to being a graffiti artist, Odeith is also an illustrator and a painter.
The artist painted an abandoned wall and turned it into a classic black car. When you first see the car from a distance, you may think that the car actually exists.
You may wonder how the driver parked this huge bus, coming from the 90s, in this space. But be careful. This is only graffiti by Sergio Odeith.
The graffiti artist still tries to find abandoned walls in order to create his artwork. As he does not share the locations of the walls he painted, we cannot tell where exactly these 3D murals are.
If you come across these 3D murals, appreciate the moment because you are so lucky. But before that, we are sure that you will get confused at first. Take a deep breath and realize that these are just 3D murals!
The artist has a huge fan group appreciating his 3D murals as if they painted them all. On social media, Sergio Odeith tries to be active and shares his latest paintings as well.