German street art hidden in (almost) plain sight

by thewheatandthechaff


Part of the wonder of street art is the fact that we often see it in the most unexpected places. German street art duo Zebrating takes a fresh perspective on this by creating street art in public spaces that can only be seen when viewed from a specific angle.

The artists create their artwork by painting directly onto railings and other surfaces that, from a certain angle, form the illusion of a single continuous surface. The paintings are almost invisible from the side and the back. Their work can be found primarily in Germany and Mannheim, out of which they are based, although they have worked in other cities around the world as well, including Paris.


(via Demliked)