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3D street painting of a coffee mug for Costa in Covent Garden
Master of 3D Street Painting Sidewalk Chalk Art - Pavement Painting
Manfred Stader began street painting
and pavement art during his
art studies at the famous St鋎elschule in Frankfurt, in early 1980s. By 1985, he already became one of the few
master street painters, achieving the title Master Madonnaro, a title awarded
at the largest international street painting competition in Grazie
di Curtatone in Italy.
When he starts a new project, Manfred Stader is on site and
demonstrates his art in front of an audience and the press. In many
cases, a reference to the client's product or the
theme of the given event gets incorporated into the art. If the
project involves a press conference, Manfred is always happy to join
From its initial drafts to full completion, a
typical project usually takes around four to eight days, depending,
naturally, on the size and complexity of the painting.
Pavement painting, pavement drawing and
sidewalk chalk art is done by artists from all over the world,
such as the street painters Kurt Wenner or Edgar Mueller or
the pavement artist Julian Beever. Through the study of
anamorphosis used in the paintings of the Renaissance
and Baroque periods to give an illusion of more height and
broadness, Kurt Wenner developed a
new form of street art, the 3D street painting, to produce
three-dimensional impressions on a two-dimensional horizontal
art form of street painting has been gaining in importance all
around the globe
and is disseminated by numerous artists. It is admired at street
painting festivals as well as promotional events.
Manfred Stader combines the
street painters' "folk" art, which sprung up in Italy in the 16th
century, with the
modern perception of illusion painting of the 21st century, using
pastel chalk. This art appeals to a very large audience.
most popular form of his art as a street painter are the interactive projects -
or interactive street art - where onlookers can pose
in a logical connection with the pavement art image to get
photographed or filmed.
A brand new form of pavement
drawing is XXL 3D street painting - as seen for instance in the latest
work of Edgar Mueller. It is mostly done directly onto the asphalt by
using acrylic paints. An example of this type of 3D pavement art
can be found at the the top of this site under XXL - Schiphol Waterfall.