Pictured: Over 250,000 entrants line-up, while 3 million visit the website for Wenner’s 3D Street Art commission in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Interactive 3D street art — Event Commission Information

Kurt Wenner is the world leader of interactive art. His work has appeared in more than 30 countries, and the outstanding quality of his images creates an exceptional amount of press and social media networking. As the inventor of 3D street art, he knows how to deliver captivating images to delight your audience. For your next event, consider an interactive 3D street art commission. 

3d Pavement art 3D street art Kurt Wenner car
Durban, South Africa.
Driver and passenger in the car are real!


In a world where mastery is the new milestone, Wenner’s handmade artwork stands out. Once the image is complete, a high-resolution digital file is uploaded. The art is then transferred onto a lightweight yet highly durable canvas and installed anywhere in the world. Thanks to today’s technology, his images meet the needs of clients and presenters across the globe. No one is faster in this field or delivers such precise and richly detailed work. His skillful and artistic images complement the high quality of the products and services they promote. 


Wenner’s artwork can be installed in a wide range of locations and weather conditions. Every 3d street art commission created for an event will:

  • Keep participants and the event space clean. 
  • Immediately provide a full-scale colorful image on-site.
  • Allow the public to walk, sit, and interact with the art. 
  • Resist damage from rain and wind. 
  • Enable multiple or simultaneous installations. 
  • Permit extended displays outdoors for weeks, months, even years. 
3D pavement art street art by Kurt Wenner
Nadi International Airport,
Republic of Fiji.

Artist On-Site Option

A benefit of having Wenner on-site is to add a live performance aspect of creating a section of the artwork for the public and media.

When on-site, Wenner overlays a section of the full-color artwork with a thin piece of canvas. He applies his handmade pastels to the overlay and completes that section of the image. While he is working, he answers questions and is happy to chat with the public and media. The overlay can be removed at any time during the event.

Silk promotes Colorado River
water conservation.


Branding of a client’s product, logo, cause, or other specific elements can be incorporated into the artwork. Wenner’s extraordinary images are in a class of their own on social media. His paintings transform the public from being passive observers to dynamic participants. No two photos are alike, giving the audience a uniquely positive sense of participation with a brand or cause.

Time On-Site
Kurt Wenner is typically on-site for 1-2 days to drive traditional and social media. The size of the work is independent of the amount of time at an event. Additional days can be arranged.

Most events use a lightweight vinyl canvas with cotton threads embedded for additional strength. Images installed outdoors for an extended time are created with a durable 3M product that can endure severe climatic conditions.

Wenner’s on-site schedule can be customized to fit event traffic flow, press interviews, etc.

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art mathematics

While studying in Rome I was invited to climb the scaffolding in a number of churches to see the frescos up close during their restoration. I was lucky enough to even touch the Sistine Chapel ceiling. I noticed that when viewing Baroque ceiling frescos up close the figures were elongated by using a technique called anamorphism. This a particular kind of geometry that makes an image look normal when viewed at a severe angle, such as from the floor of a church far below the painted surface.

When I took up pavement art it occurred to me that images on the pavement also incurred the same problem of from being seen from a sharp angle.  I had the opposite problem of a church ceiling, no one was looking up far away at my images, but instead they stood close to the edge of them and looked down.

I began by adjusting the proportions of the composition to accommodate the wide-angle viewpoint the paintings were seen from.  I had developed a similar geometry for my work at NASA.  I knew that the back of the human eye is a curvilinear plane, and therefore made a geometry that reversed the curve so the image appears correct when viewed from a select point.  This sounds complicated because it is!

Only by inventing my own geometry could I create an illusion of vast space in a very small area. This technique creates a harmonious balance between the painted surface, the participants interacting with the art work, and the surrounding environment.” 

Kurt Wenner

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