We Talk Chalk will paint 3D street painting live at the LINQ promenade over 3 days.

LAS VEGAS, NV, January 24, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — We Talk Chalk, a world-renowned provider of creative marketing solutions, will create it’s 2nd live anamorphic painting at the LINQ Promenade.

The piece, commissioned by Ceasar’s Entertainment can be found on the LINQ Promenade just steps away from the High Roller. It will adorn the promenade for the next several months and allow the public to climb aboard a wooden boat overlooking the open ocean. The first painting the We Talk Chalk Team created ‘Prehistoric Tetris’ still lives on the promenade between Starbucks and the strip.

Led by gold-medal winning artist Melanie Stimmell, the piece’s creation will take 3 days to complete – creating the illusion by eye. Even for Stimmell–the only woman to ever hold the highly coveted title of ‘maestra madonnara’ in two countries–this project will be an exciting one.

Says Melanie Stimmell, Creative Director at We Talk Chalk: “We are so thrilled to be a permanent part of the Las Vegas scene. With our studio only a mile from the strip, we love creating 3D imagery for our new neighbors on Las Vegas Blvd. While we’ve long been celebrated for our 3D street paintings, the truth is that we’re well-equipped to develop and deliver unique 3D visual solutions Live, Digitally, or in our studio for pop-up installations. For those who visit the LINQ Promenade this weekend, the ability of our work to draw attention is more than apparent.”

We Talk Chalk is a full-service art firm with their main studio in Fabulous Las Vegas and a second on the East Coast. They offer turnkey 3D Street Painting, Street Art and 3D Art solutions for enterprises at all corners of the globe and have worked closely with enterprises such as Toyota, McDonald’s, Coors, Verizon, and Boeing. For more information about We Talk Chalk, please contact Remco van Latum via any of the channels noted above.

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