blu: combo at fame festival 2009
blu: combo at fame festival 2009
sep 25, 2009

blu: combo at fame festival 2009

blu: combo at fame festival 2009




the latest blu animation was made at the fame festival in southern italy in cooperation with artist david ellis. the animated graffiti took over a week to complete with the help of a number of assistants. the two artist combined their respective styles to create the large scale motion paintings that occupies an old ruins. the piece is designed to loop so that the film can be played back to back seamlessly. you can watch the film below and see number of stills.

blu: combo at fame festival 2009

blu: combo at fame festival 2009

blu: combo at fame festival 2009

blu: combo at fame festival 2009

blu: combo at fame festival 2009

    So gooddddd

    Tucho says:
  • Amazing piece of art. Looks a lot like graffiti I see on [url=]Venice[/url] walls

    Denise says:
  • BLU for GOLD!

    <3 says:
  • Thanks to a friend of my aunt… I discovered the very first one which was already blow-minded!

    Amazing! Speechless!

    Spread the word.

    Miarka says:

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