Street Artist Paints Fake Shadows To Confuse People

Damon Belanger, a graphic artist living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area was commissioned to install 20 fake shadows in the downtown of Redwood City in order to bring more creativity to the area. The result is brilliant.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

Fake shadow created by an artist.

45 thoughts on “Street Artist Paints Fake Shadows To Confuse People”

  1. Some are really cute. A few are over the top for the object they’re shadowing. Still, it’s very creative, and we need more humor in the world.

  2. Re: the poop comment – as the article says, this is Redwood City. The artist is based in SF.

  3. That’s awesome art. I wish I was so creative, but I can’t even draw a straight line with a ruler.

  4. Cool! Giving a smile, some humor, while everyone else is being negative πŸ˜†πŸ˜‰

  5. How to get an idea of what its like to trip on lsd without having to buy it from some sketchy fellow. Thanks mr. artist and remember kids, drugs are bad.

  6. I think those were awesome to see!! Very creative and fun!! We need some in Denver!!

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