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This Street Art Was Painted Upside-Down And Is Visible Correctly In Its Reflection

Published 1 year ago

Some art makes you turn your head. This mural implores you to do something less taxing – just take a look at the water. It was made by Lithuanian American artist Ray Bartkus. The painting is intentionally upside down. The real order of the painting is revealed when it reflects on water. The image we have here is edited to make the experience more vibrant.

To see it in full watery glory, you’ll have to go to Marijampolė, Lithuania. The city recently hosted the Malonny art festival. The name is a mishmash of Marijampolė, London and New York, connecting artists from wildly different cities. International artists produced many works of street art.

Most of it doesn’t need a reflection on the water!

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Martynas Klimas

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