If you see Braga last1’s unbelievable 3D street art, you will exactly notice it and pause for a minute. This skilful 33-year-aged street artist from Marseille, France, whose actual name is Tom Bragado Blanco, possesses the skill of confusing and misleading the eyes of people with his unbelievable work of art. His latest artwork is a huge sphynx cat which he mixed into the middle of a field.
The sphynx cat is a native cat breed of Canada and was identical for not having fur. In Blanco’s work of art, this particular cat is made into an optical illusion. The artist has used an uncommon approach and instead of canvas he has used an old gas tank. After the work is done the gas tank vanishes and an unimaginable 3D painting appears. As the end result, we are able to see a huge, gray sphynx cat hidden in the grass and looking at a dog whose owner is attempting to keep it away from the cat.
Blanco has been a childhood artist who has the self-taught skill. Impassioned about street art, he started his profession by customizing sneakers, caps and T-shirts and later on got many individual orders for frescoes for children’s rooms, trompe-l’oeil in public locations etc. He has produced artworks for several theaters, hotels, restaurants, and businesses.
Braga uses aerography, a technique which he learnt in 2011, for his street art. Aerography is a surrealist method in which no stencil is used in spray-painting, instead the stencil is replaced by a three-dimensional object. This method is mostly used in the Victorian era for tile decoration work and in the work of Man Ray, but Braga’s skill of adapting this into creativity produced his own unique artworks.