This artistic technique, an optical illusion based on perspective, has been used since the Renaissance by artists such as Hans Holbein the Younger or the contemporary Felice Varini and Georges Rousse. Our interest for this form of art arises from the application of this technique to industrial settings, where we have been painting graffiti and street art for years. The spectacular scenic effect created on large scales by these illusions never ceases to make jaws drop.
Permanent or temporary, an anamorphic installation always makes a splash. Each of our anamorphs is conceived in order to complement its setting in the best of ways; starting from a detailed study of the location, we come up with the idea and understand how to create the coolest interaction.
Working alongside design architects gives us an extra boost to create the perfect architecture for the artwork.
We created anamorphic paintings in regenerated industrial spaces and museums, as well as for communication agencies, prestigious firms, and universities.