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Leon Keer 3D works in Long Beach 2018-07-13

Leon Keer 3D works in Long Beach

Talented artist Leon Keer recently  did a couple of 3D murals in Long Beach, California. One was for the POW WOW Long Beach and another hair rising creation, an anamorphic installation for the Long Beach Museum of Art.

Title: Dodg’em

Go where you like… If you can3D mural painting as part of the 2018 edition of street art festival Pow Wow Long Beach with support of Thinkspace Gallery. Created on the side of the Rowan Bradley Building Downtown Long Beach California.

Long Beach Pike was an amusement park from early 1900.  After some decades of fun and entertainment, the Pike was officially closed and demolished in 1979. Lots of history disappeared. I wanted to revive some of that history by painting a 3D mural of a garage with an old bumper car from the early days. Dodg’em was the famous bumper car ride in the Pike.


Title: ‘Buy, Consume and Die’, anamorphic art installation at ‘VITALITY AND VERVE III’ show, curated by Thinkspace with support from Pow Wow Long Beach.

This anamorphic painting was cerated on 3 walls and the floor. 4 points of perspective were used the create the 3d effect, only to be seen from this one point of view.

On View June 30, 2018 thru September 9, 2018 at:
Long Beach Museum of Art, 2300 East Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, CA. 90803

all photos taken by @algomasprojects

Top job Leon, once more. Keep up the great work!

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