Truly Design drew this entire anamorphic composition by hand, which means that they did not use any projectors to help with getting the distortion correct. It was painted in 2013 at the 39C Graffiti Jam in Bolzano, Italy. When viewed from the proper angle (see image below), an image of an orange skull can be seen. […]
Truly Design created this large circular anamorphic painting called Space Oddity for the headquarters of a Switzerland-based company that sells apparel, footwear, and accessories. The blue circle (shown in the photograph below) is clearly visible from one particular viewpoint located at the end of the hallway. As the viewer walks towards the door in the […]
Today’s video features an anamorphic painting by urban artists Truly Design titled “The Colour and the Shape”. This work is one of several that Truly Design completed as part of the “Truth depends on where you see it from” exhibition at MEF – Ettore Fico Museum in Turin, Italy. This exhibit opened on March 10, […]
Urban artists Truly Design was commissioned to paint this anamorphic work in the former Torino Zoo, which is located in downtown Torino, Italy next to the Po River. The zoo was abandoned in 1987, and as you can imagine, this painting site was quite run down before the Truly Design team went to work. Here […]
Not surprisingly, Truly Design has created another very nice anamorphic graffiti piece. This one featuring a pair of bear constellations (which are part of a larger project featuring other murals) was painted on the walls of Scuola Holden – School of Storytelling & Performing Arts in Turin, Italy. This photograph shows the painting from an […]
This anamorphic octopus mural was painted by Mach505 of Truly Design at SAMO, the artistic hub of Torino, Italy. He spent two weeks searching for the best way to break up the tentacles of the green beast in the best way possible. Additional photographs of this painting can be found below.
Truly Design was asked to create this anamorphic installation for Burning Giraffe Art Gallery in Turin, Italy. Describing this project, they indicated that: “We chose the minotaur because of its double human and animal nature, the latter being that of a bull, symbol of our hometown Torino. The minotaur lives secluded in its labyrinth, as […]