Edgar Müller is known to be as one of the world’s best 3-D illusionist street painters who has been featured as Maestro Madonnaro at the Sarasota Chalk Festival, an American cultural event of public art that celebrates forms of street as well as performance art. He is also famous for creating a 3-D street painting whose subject would change from day to night from a giant into a fetus in the uterus with the mastery use of photoluminescent paints.
Edgar became interested in street art from his early days in high school and at the age of 16, he started attending and winning the competitions with his famous copy of “Jesus at Emmaus” (Caravaggio). After receiving the most honorable title Maestro Madonnaro, he dedicated himself to street art and travelled across the Europe to popularize his transitory art.
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