Perspective, Sydney

by | Oct 16, 2015 | Australia

A giant interactive design, by award winning Nowhere Famous, has just been installed at the Goods Line (Sydney’s version of the successful New York High Line) for Sydney Architecture Festival 2015.

Called Perspective, the mural is made of white tape and the anamorphic design changes as you move in the space. At a certain point, the full image is revealed making it both an experience and great instagram moment.

The mural complements other activities happening as part of the annual Festival and is located on the Powerhouse Museum warehouse.

While temporary in nature, there are talks to make it now permanent given its success and growing interest from the public.

See more on Nowhere Famous here and Sydney Architecture Festival here.  

Something similar: Australian artist, Buff Diss, creates detailed murals using tape, here.

Images courtesy Nowhere Famous.