3D Streetart concept
The 3D streetartists Frederike Wouters and Roberto Carlos Treviño Rodriguez enchant their audience with anamorphic 3D streetpaintings that led the limitations of the painting and reality become blurred.
Seen or photographed from a special viewpoint, the distorted shapes and lines, that are created by the two artists on walls and the pavement, build a realistic impression of a 3D Scene.
After finishing their 3D streetpainting the two artists invite the public to step into the painting and interact with it in a funny way.
3D streetart is made for photography with mobile phones or cameras. Because it is so stunning, funny and entertaining, 3D streetpaintings have a huge viral potencial in the social media. It is art that you can touch and interact with, that is understandable for everybody no matter how old, rich or educated the spectator is.
You can use 3D streetpainting for example …
- As an atraction and entertainment
- As a funny illustration of a catalougue
- To decorate construction areas
- As a medium to communicate and make promotion
- To atract more people to visit your Shopping Center or citycenter
- To discover your own creativity and skills at a workshop
Here you can see a very unique 3D streetart project in a shoppingcenter in Hamburg-Harburg:
The two artists participated at many streetart events in Germany, Italy, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Latvia, Bulgaria, Mexico and the USA. They won numerous prizes and even painted the world’s largest anamorphic streetpainting in Venive Beach in 2014 together with many other artists
They are connected with creative people around the world. This network, their experiences and Frederike Wouters’ skills as a studied marketing manager (tourism and event management) make them the perfect partner for you to organize your streetart event. No matter if you need a streetart- and promotion concept for your fare booth or if you even want a whole streetart festival to be organized.
For her own Streetart eventconcepts Frederike Wouters uses her many experiences and personal contacts in the streetart scene. She makes streetart experiences possible that highly inspire the public as well as the artists.