26
Feb
10

Mysterious Caves Project

In West India Quay, London has emerged a cave that is estimated by experts has been 100 years old. oddly enough from the bottom of the cave out of the green lights, then until now the experts are still unable to explain what it is.






By now, you should have guessed that intro is nothing more than a fiction, with its sole purpose of making this optical illusion little more interesting. What you see below is a 3D Chalk Drawing, created by world-class pavement artist Edgar Müller, whose works we posted on many occasions before. If you remember Ice Age chalk drawing, or maybe that Lava Burst optical illusion – Edgar was responsible for both! His newest creation was exhibited on West India Quay’s Festival in London. It’s hard to imagine you could easily walk over this huge cave, and that concrete pavement is still lying beneath. It took 5 days for Edgar to finish this project. Below is the “Behind the Scenes” gallery, where you can see the work in progress.

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