Julian Beever et ses illusions anamorphiques
[Julian Beever ] - [Samedi 18th, Juin 2005]

Julian Beever has made pavement drawings for over ten years. He has worked in the U.K., Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Germany, the USA and Australia.

The pavement drawings have included both renderings of old masters plus a wealth of original inventive pieces of work.


Julian Beever est un artiste britannique qui connaît la célébrité par ses œuvres à la craie qu'il a réalisé sur les trottoirs anglais, français, allemands, américains, australiens et belges. Leur particularité ? Beever ne se contente pas de simples dessins mais donne dans l'anamorphose, des images déformées qui, vues sous un certain angle donne l'impression d'une image en 3 dimensions. Jugez-en par vous même...


Here we see a rendering of a Rossetti masterpieceThe Beloved drawn in Rue Neuve, Brussels, 1995.





The portrait of Queen Elizabeth I attracted many tourists and shoppers on Oxford Street, London 1999.





The Portrait Of Diana was made in September 1997 in Londons West End and was shown on TV all over the world. It was featured in The Daily Mirror, The Daily Telegraph and made the front page of The Guardian.




The Portrait Of Baudouin was drawn on Rue Neuve in the centre of Brussels, Belgium. It was reproduced in all the Belgian press and featured in the commemorative video on the life and times of the king shown in the Royal Palace in Belgium.




The illusion of the Portable Computer was drawn on The Strand, London and was commissioned by Procom.




The illusion of the Politicians Meeting Their End was drawn outside The Bank of England and was commissioned by Channel 4's Midnight Special for the night of the 1997 General Election.




The World's Biggest Fly-Spray.




This drawing of a Rescue was to be viewed using an inverting mirror.





Is this the real thing ?




Self-Portrait Of The Artist With Liquid Refreshment.





Arctic Street Conditions With Soft Drink.





Rembrandts with Rembrandts.



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