21 thoughts on “Julian Beever’s pavement drawings”

  1. I’m afraid they’re gone:

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    Apache/1.3.33 Server at file-hostingst007.isp.belgacom.be Port 80

    Or perhaps too much traffic crashed the site!

  2. Just wanted to add that I am somewhat of an artist myself so I took great interest in Julian’s work. He is PHENOMINAL!!

  3. this dude is hell crazy – this inspires the creative mind helps see the balance outside the world we live in.

  4. Freaking amazing – what kind of a mind does a person have to have to imagine and then bring to life these images? i am impressed beyond words – i am something of an artist, also and cannot fathom how he came to realize how to do this! WHY ISN’T THIS GUY ON TV????

  5. wow!! this man is a real creative spirit. he really should be on t.v. i am just blown away by all the amazing work he’s done. i would love to know when he will be in the states just to watch him work or even get an autograph.

  6. Really great, and creative work from him. He however did not “come to realize how to do this”. This art style is called Anamorphism, and was first used by Leonardo Da Vinci.

  7. theres this one with a coke bottle and it is so awsom there is nothing so interesting as that every day i look at it and still dont think its real

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