Tired of boring old street art? It’s 2013, so why not incorporate some technology into your graffiti? That’s exactly what artist INSA has done.
The artist has crafted a way to make graffiti a GIF (GIF-iti as he puts it). The image above is merely one stage of a multi-stage process that allows you to view his work as a moving image online. Below is the final product:
INSA paints layer after layer, photographing each step, before finally uploading the continuous string in GIF form. Each step takes about one day to complete. Take a look at a few more down below, including a project for XL Recordings’ Atoms for Peace’s album cover.
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