3d Street Art Show RawExpo, Unique Work By Leon Keer.

An anamorphic painting created by Dutch artist Leon Keer exhibited at the latest art show RawExpo in Rotterdam from 8 February – 4 March 2011.
The harbour area and abandoned warehouse forms the backdrop for the exhibition of more than 60 sculptures and installations curated by Piet de Jonge.
The 3d painting measures 45 square meters and is made directly on the concrete.

More than 60 international galleries and individual artists present their artwork in the Fenix Building. The sculptures and installations are curated by Piet de Jonge, Ruth Horstmanshoff en Teodora Kotseva.

1. 3d Street Art, Virtual Transition, at RAW EXPO in Rotterdam

His More 3d Street Arts :

2. MindHack


3. Ideal


4. Reliability


5. St. John’s surveillance


6. Sec.11353.6


7. Retaliation


8. 3d street art national day UAE 2011

3D street painting at the Corniche in Abu Dhabi.
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the United Arabic Emirates (UAE). Design of this 3d street art by Leon Keer©. Creation by Leon Keer and Peter Westerink of Planet Streetpainting.
The design was made to honor the landmarks of the 7 emirates. You can see the columns of the Grand Mosque, the Burj Khalifa and some elements of Sharjah’s Souk Al Markazi. (Leon in the photo)



9. 3d Street Art Sarasota

3D street painting made by Leon Keer, Ruben Poncia, Remko van Schaik and Peter Westerink duing the 4th Sarasota Chalkfestival in Forida US. This 3d street art is inspired by the Terracotta Army of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, instead Legoman where used as models. (design Leon Keer ©)

10. 3d-street-painting

First 3d street painting which was made to see from 3 points of view. From 3 different angles you can see a different 3d illusion within the same picture. The 3d painting was made during the first 3d street painting event in The Netherlands. To start the new cultural season of Lelystad in total 9 streetpainting were made in and around Lelystad by several International madonnari. With Tony Cuboliquido, Melanie Stimmell Van Latum, Juandrés Vera, Gregor Wosik, Marion Ruthardt, Remko van Schaik, Ruben Poncia and Leon Keer.