This is real art.
Girl with a stroller, a frozen over puddle with a predatory fish, grandma boxer with the crazy daughter in a makeshift ring, a bearded man in a suit appeared out of nowhere, a newborn, sitting on the screen of the iPhone, the umbilical cord which serves as a charger – only a small part of what can be seen on the streets of the city, which is home to a talented street art artist Vera Bugatti (Bugatti Vera), which gives the clearest three-dimensional drawings on pavements and other surfaces that come to hand.
If one day you go to Italy, walk along the local streets and byways, then the probability to face nose to nose with illusionists, Alice, a young Batman and other fun characters will increase significantly. And pits and cracks in the ground will trap you at every step. Yes, but you shouldn’t fear for your life, because every pothole or a bump – just a ghostly three-dimensional figure, striking in its realism so much that involuntarily shudder, approaching the “temporary fault”, where Peeps funny confused man.
In his street pictures Vera often addresses various social issues that affect us all. Using pencils, chalk and paint, she manages to create the effect of presence of object or person or situation in General. Volumetric masterpieces are also found on the streets of Germany, France, Spain and America.