Odeith is a Portuguese street artist best known as one of the pioneers of anamorphic 3D graffiti, which create the illusion of spatial depth. All of his artworks are extremely detailed and realistic, almost photographic in their unbelievable precision. His style is also considered obscure and it is called sombre 3D, meaning dark three-dimensional style. Viewed from a specific angle, his art pops out of the wall, becoming dynamic and alive. Odeith’s optical illusions are so strong that they leave the impression of something solid and palpable and it is truly hard to believe that these are regular flat-surface paintings and not sculptures, when seen from a certain distance. Odeith is internationally recognized for his jaw-dropping anamorphic 3D pieces and he is often invited to showcase his work outside of his native Portugal. However, everything started from Odeith’s simple curiosity about perspective and shading – guided by his artistic instinct, he began creating carefully thought-out compositions with the amazing sense of spatial depth and his creative efforts stood out because of their peculiar technique.