Three dimensional art takes over the streets of Paris

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Three dimensional art takes over the streets of Paris
A street painting, suggesting a 3D portal, by German street artist called 1010 is pictured near the Paris bypass, France, Thursday, May 29, 2015. 1010 has similar spray paintings in different cities around the world. (AP Photo/Binta)
A street painting, suggesting a 3D portal, by German street artist called 1010 is pictured near the Paris bypass, France, Friday, May 29, 2015. 1010 has similar spray paintings in different cities around the world. (AP Photo/Binta)
A street painting, suggesting a 3D portal, by German street artist called 1010 is pictured near the Paris bypass, France, Friday, May 29, 2015. 1010 has similar spray paintings in different cities around the world. (AP Photo/Binta)
A street painting, suggesting a 3D portal, by German street artist called 1010 is pictured near the Paris bypass, France, Thursday, May 29, 2015. 1010 has similar spray paintings in different cities around the world. (AP Photo/Binta)
German artist 10.10 sits on his painting in progress on May 27, 2015 on the Paris ring road. AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET ==RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION == (Photo credit should read JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)
An aerial photo shows a view of a creation by German street artist 10.10 on the peripherique (circular road) in Paris on May 28, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET (Photo credit should read JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)
German street artist called 1010 poses for a photographer above his new work, suggesting a 3D portal, near the Paris bypass, France, Friday, May 28, 2015. 1010 has similar spray paintings in different cities around the world. (AP Photo/Binta)
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A German artist who goes by the moniker 1010, has created a breathtaking new piece that takes over an entire stretch of highway in France.

He uses his signature style of bright swirling colors to create a three dimensional shape that looks like a portal about to swallow you whole.

The newest piece took five days and almost 100 gallons of paint to create. Click through the gallery above to explore his piece.
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