Dutch artist Leon Keer recently returned from Dubai where he just wrapped up a large new artwork for the latest edition of the Dubai Street Museum in the United Arab Emirates.
Produced by SAN (StreetArtNews) Projects, this newest addition to the Dubai Street Museum by Leon Keer is another mind-boggling 3D illusion which shows a giant robot charging its batteries at home.
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Leon Keer is one of the world’s leading artists in anamorphic street art. He has created work on canvas and 3D artwork on the streets across the world. In addition to using optical illusion, he often presents his art by adding new technologies, such as augmented reality and video mapping. Some of his art can be temporary, but the images are shared all over the world via social media.
The DSM project aims to transform the city into the largest open-air museum in the world. If you stop by Dubai sometime soon, you will be able to find over 70 murals created over the past few years. The robot itself can be found on Happiness Street in Trade Center Area.
This project was made in collaboration with Brand Dubai and DEWA.
Images by b4_Flight and Rom Levy
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