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3D Street Art Decorates Downtown Jerusalem
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3D Street Art Decorates Downtown Jerusalem

Picture of Sacha Gorelik
Updated: 23 May 2016
Recently an incredible street art exhibition called Perspectives has popped up in the streets of downtown Jerusalem. The exhibit is not found on one street, rather the works are scattered around the city, making it more fun for you to find them.

Perspectives will be on display throughout May and June 2016 – or until the artwork wears off. The fantastic drawings literally jump off the pavements of Jerusalem streets, where children and adults alike will enjoy posing atop tall buildings overlooking fantasy worlds or pretending to cross over deep crevices in the ground.

Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography
Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography

The collaborative exhibition of thirteen 3D sidewalk artworks showcases both international and Israeli artists.

Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography
Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography

Who are the Artists?

The artists who participated and are exhibited in this particular exhibition are from Israel, Argentina, Italy and the USA. Their works have been featured all over the world at various street art exhibitions. Together they have collaborated and created incredible optical illusions, turning dull patches of pavement into interactive murals.

Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography
Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography

The 3D street art exhibition in Jerusalem is not to be missed. Go quickly before some of the amazing designs wear off. The trick is to look for the yellow diamond; stand there, and look through a camera for the optical illusions.

Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography
Photos by Noam Feiner & Vinyola Photography

For a map of where to locate the 3D street art, click here.

Sacha Gorelik