The street art is surely one of the most represented artistic genres around the world. One might think that it is easy to get bored because the works are so numerous. And yet, some artists manage to stand out and continue to amaze us. This is particularly the case Rita's Handbook, an Italian artist better known under the pseudonym of "Peeta". The latter realizes impressive murals based on 3D illusions absolutely fascinating.
His impressive works are made on facades of buildings and give the illusion of literally float beyond the surface of the walls. A technique inspired by the 3D lettering traditional and that the artist evolves over his creations. But Peeta is a real artistic Swiss knife. At a time graffiti, painter and sculptor, the Italian artist has been working since the early 2000s and admits to having a real passion for trompe-the eye.
He practices his art around the world and his works can be seen in cities like Barcelona, Guangzhou in China or Mirano in Italy. To discover more about his art, visit the official website of Peeta. And if street art fascinates you, we also offer you to (re) discover a great classic in the field through the works of the artist Damon Belanger who play with the shadows as nobody.
Imagined by: Peeta