Kurt fell in love with classical Italian art as a young artist, and continues to be inspired by it. Kurt Says, “Once I mastered the traditional techniques of Italian art, I took the tradition a step further by inventing a unique geometry that enabled me to invent 3D interactive pavement art. When drawing my images on the street I became aware of how important it was to create works that are interactive and involve the audience. The images I created went viral on the Internet and the art form became a worldwide phenomenon.” Kurt has been invited to exhibit his 3D images around the globe to inspire others. It’s rewarding to make so many people happy while bringing a great artistic tradition back into popular culture mentions Wenner. In addition to architectural design, gallery work and fine art installations, the artist recently created a 2,500 square meter museum of his illusions in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.