Mind the gap! The street where it's best not to look downBy Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 5:07 PM on 25th May 2010
It looks like this young man is taking a dangerous leap into the unknown as a massive chasm opens up in the middle of a shopping mall.
In fact, it is an amazing piece of 3D street art that has been produced for a theme park that is being built in China.
Leap into the unknown: A visitor jumps over the 3d artwork at the theme park in Hai'an, Jiangsu province, ChinaAlready it has proved a huge hit with visitors despite the fact that the rather laboriously-named Hai'an Culture Industry Theme Park in Nantong City is still to be completed.
The master of the 3D pavement genre is street artist Kurt Wenner. The American's three-dimensional chalk pictures have included muses swimming in a pond by the side of a road in Lucernes, Switzerland, a Judgement Day scene in a medieval town square, and most recently a virtual Renaissance city painted on the pavement in Bettona, Italy.
It's safe, honestly! These visitors form up to create a chain to get them across to the other side of the street