On the off chance that you run over Braga’s mind-blowing 3D road workmanship, you will positively see it and stop for a moment. This gifted 33-year-old road craftsman from Marseille, France, whose genuine name is Tom Bragado Blanco, has the ability to befuddle and delude individuals’ eyes with his mind-blowing works of art.
His latest fine art is a monster sphynx cat that he chose to mix into the center of a field. The craftsman adopted a significant bizarre strategy and as his canvas, he picked an old gas tank. After the craftsman is done, the gas tank vanishes and turns into an extraordinary 3D painting. As the conclusive outcome, we see a mammoth, dark sphynx cat covering up in the grass and taking a gander at a dog whose proprietor is attempting to get him far from the cat.
For his road workmanship, Braga utilizes a method called aerography, which he learned in 2011. Aerography is a surrealist technique wherein a stencil is not, at this point utilized in shower painting and is rather supplanted by a three-dimensional item. This strategy is, for the most part, used to design tiles from the Victorian time and in the progress of Man Ray, yet Braga has adjusted it to make his own special fine arts.