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This artist creates trippy 3D illusions on sidewalks that will make you question reality

INSIDER Logo By Frank Olito of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 18:  In 1984, American artist Kurt Wenner found that when he mixed his love for classical street art with his understanding of geometrics, he produced an entirely new art form - 3D pavement art.  For the past 35 years, Wenner has led the 3D pavement art movement, creating incredible illusions on streets and sidewalks around the world that are making people question reality. Each piece seems to reach endlessly into the pits of the Earth when they are, in fact, only surface level.  INSIDER spoke with Wenner to learn more about 3D pavement art and what it takes to create one of these masterpieces.

In 1984, American artist Kurt Wenner found that when he mixed his love for classical street art with his understanding of geometrics, he produced an entirely new art form - 3D pavement art.

For the past 35 years, Wenner has led the 3D pavement art movement, creating incredible illusions on streets and sidewalks around the world that are making people question reality. Each piece seems to reach endlessly into the pits of the Earth when they are, in fact, only surface level.

INSIDER spoke with Wenner to learn more about 3D pavement art and what it takes to create one of these masterpieces.

© Courtesy of Kurt Wenner

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