1. This is GIF-iti:
This moving street art was painted at The Projects Enmore in Sydney, Australia by street artist INSA. A graffiti artist based in London, he has been creating street art since the 1990s and now has a massive following around the world. According to his blog his work creates a world where, “art, product, graffiti, fetishism, and desire collide.”
2. His other Gif-iti projects:
Newcastle building at Houltsyard.
The production of this special moving graffiti took a lot of work, and several days.
5. XL Records LA office:
Celebrating the launch of the eagerly awaited debut album from ‘Atoms For Peace’ – Thom Yorke’s new super group, INSA worked with Stanley Donwood’s iconic lino cut imagery of the destruction of LA, which is the album cover artwork.
2 ladders, 4 days of painting, photographing and re-painting =
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