Optical Illusion Graffiti from Papy, Milouz and the TSF Crew

By - Thursday, April 12th, 2012

An anamorphic image is defined as “an image that appears distorted unless it is viewed from a special angle.” Many have seen anamorphic images done with chalk and pastel in popular tourist locations. However, the TSF crew pulling off these amazing optical illusions with paint on walls and ceilings in the wild is exceptional. Milouz, Papy and the TSF crew have been pushing the graffiti and anamorphic envelope for years with their well constructed and highly detailed murals. They are definitely worth a good look. These guys deserve credit for going where very few in the graff world have gone before. Photo: TSF Crew via Urban Art Core

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