Italian Abstract Artists Stuns the Art Graffiti World with His 3D Art on Buildings That Is Spellbinding
The artwork by this abstract Italian artist on facades of buildings is so astonishing and stunning that you will wonder if they are art or real
Art is something that the world loves to admire, but when it concerns unusual forms of art, then we are all mesmerized. One Italian abstract artist is creating waves with his abstract art on the sides of tall buildings and you have to see it to believe it. His artworks are so stunning they look real and as if the building structure itself is built with contortionist features. Take a look at these abstract arts on buildings
Peeta the Italian artist will stun and astonish you with his art murals on buildings.
Peeta transforms the stationary structures into amazing visually striking optical illusions. He does this by painting abstract shapes on the buildings that appear as if they are dissolving and constantly changing.
“When painting on walls, my aim is always to create a dialogue with the structural and cultural parameters of the surrounding context, either architectural or not.”
This is what Peeta says. His morphing and ever-changing murals are like illusions that make it seem as if the building s are created and built that way. They keep changing depending on the viewing angle.
“My geometrical shapes act as they interact with the surrounding environment”
The above photo is of a building on a street corner in Manheim Germany where Peeta painted it this year 2019 as part of the Stadt Wand Kunst Mural project. He usually uses blue, grey, and white. These are fantastic examples of abstract art on buildings
Peeta says he loved the building he worked on
I loved this building since the beginning and I tried my best to combine multidisciplinary skills to transform it while keeping its original taste.” The artist regularly shares his work on Instagram. He says he draws inspiration for his work from design and architecture and various artists form the graffiti world.
What inspires me when painting is the observation of the surrounding context?”
Peeta the abstract Italian artist says his aim is to create a dialogue with the cultural and structural parameters of the surrounding context. He says he would paint on walls using sprays and on canvas with airbrushes but “it has been years now since I’ve permanently substituted sprays with acrylics, brushes, and rolls as far as I use oil to paint on canvases.”
It can take him 20 days to paint a façade
Peeta says that the time taken painting a mural depends on its size and he has also managed to paint a whole wall in a day but usually he needs 20 days to paint a façade.
“I manage to paint a wall in one day but I need 20 days in order to paint a façade. Recently, I’ve [been] mostly involved in large scale mural projects (100-300 sqm) so the average time it takes me to fulfill them is 10-15 days,”
“I want to neutralize preconceptions and urge the emergence of new perspectives”
Peeta also says that he first painted his first mural in 1993 and it was just a small fencing where he grew up but now he works with other art forms “I also create sculptures which are a big part of my production and of my study on 3D shapes and volumes.” The Italian abstract artist said
“Through my anamorphic works, I redesign the volumes of any kind of surface involved”
The Italian abstract artist says his art constantly runs parallel with his mural and painting activity.
He also does sculptures which are essential for his productions and “it represents for me direct contact with three-dimensionality in order to understand the rules of light and shadows and to reproduce them.”
Peeta’s abstract art is astounding
By looking at these paintings, one is mesmerized watching how the art forms and shapes come alive as if protruding out of the building. Peeta the Italian abstract artist is exceptionally talented.