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The Creative Painting Of Confusing Shadows Made By An Artist In California, And It Looks Very Real

When walking around Redwood City, California, there is a likelihood you would observe something strange. Take a closer look at the shadows, and observe how they misbehave. The growing of Flowers from the shadow of bike racks, shadow monsters grows from the mailbox, and the shadow of parking meter changed to a monkey. This seems confusing!

Well, before you pick a race, calm down, these are the work of a graphic artist (Damon Belanger) who stays around the San Francisco Bay Area. So as to bring creativity to the area, he decided to apply for his artistic work and install 20 fake shadows in the downtown area of Redwood City and he did achieve it. “The shadow gave life to lifeless objects so as to add fun to daily activities,” the artist explained. He made the shadows by chalking stencils onto the sidewall after which he painted them dark grey. So as to see some of our favorites.

Damon Belanger | Instagram

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Damon Belanger | Instagram