Leon Keer is a master of perspective, and as a street artist, he knows how to pick subjects that grab people's attention.
Keer wowed passersby when he painted a scene from the game onto a sidewalk in Venlo, Netherlands on June 17.
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“The 3D Pac-Man piece I made is to bring alive memories from the past,” Keer told Mashable. “A recognizable theme always attracts the eye of the beholder.”
Pac-Man has seen a few reboots over the years, including different 3D versions of the game. But Keer's vision is both an homage to a pop-culture touchstone and a playful act of surrealist mischief.
Although they work in different media, several Dutch artists of the current generation have been gravitating towards pop-surrealism. Recently, HuffPost covered the euphemized-gore portraits of Ashkan Honarvar, and the controversial flying sculpture of Bart Jansen.
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