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Anamorphic Street Art in Manchester

Ok, so what does anamorphic mean? Well, Anamorphosis is a distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image, that goes without saying.

So an anamorphic image means you gotta stand in a certain place to get it. Got it? Good.

The talented street artists that created this brilliant artwork did so to celebrate the centenary of Platt Fields public park in Rusholme, Manchester. They could not afford a fireworks display so figured this was the next best thing. We think they did brilliantly. Well done to the friends of Platt Fields, this is a great project and makes for a very interesting and entertaining film.

This was a great way to celebrate 100 years of Platt Fields public park and we wish them another happy 100 years.

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