A giant Leica M3 camera appears on a building in Sarasota


Anat Ronen created this 20 x 15 feet drawing of a Leica M3 camera in Sarasota, Florida:

This was created during the Sarasota Chalk Festival – 1-7 November, 2011. For the first time, it had a “going vertical” addition – meaning murals and graffiti art. The wall belongs to a photography studio, and the owner took the reference picture that was the basis for the mural. I came up with the idea, and him being a photographer, took a picture of his own favorite camera. I work with brushes – the main mural measures 15’x20’ and was completed in 3 full days.

You can see the rest of the pictures on Facebook.

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  • Waldorff & Stattler

    It is an M2…

  • Craig

    This is my friend Anat. She is an amazing artist!

  • andy

    Not a M3… but nice painting.

  • Sam Kanga

    Nice – but it’s a later model M2

  • Would’ve been so much cooler if the building’s windows were a part of camera

  • Thank you for the post!
    So glad to see it!

    This is a likeness of an M2 camera, not an M3.

    DT

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