Italian Artist Peeta Blends Graffiti And Abstract Forms Into Optical Illusion Murals • Discoverology

Italian Artist Peeta Blends Graffiti And Abstract Forms Into Optical Illusion Murals

Italian artist Peeta combines elements of graffiti and abstract art to paint murals that appear to morph and dissolve architectural structures. Abstract shapes swirl around and cut into walls to form M.C. Escher-like scenes that play tricks on the eyes and change depending on the viewing angle.

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