15.05.08 by Jeff

Graffiti taken to the next level.

Muto by Blu. This is an astonishing work of art. I have never seen anything like this. Street art turned into a stop-motion animation on public walls in Buenos Aires and in Baden (this apparently took several months – i don’t doubt it)! I am not just impressed by the “trick” of turning graffiti into an animation, the animation itself is engaging and quite beautiful to watch. I am stunned.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • sascha

    That is freakin’ crazy!

  • James El Why

    MIND BOTTLING!…

  • wow – thanks for posting that. simply amazing.

  • id3ntity

    Amazing video…..the attention to detail, etc. it was all totally insane!!!

  • jeffhamada

    yea i can’t believe the ideas just exploding from the animation – creativity at its best. the sound work is under-appreciated as well. all in all a perfect little video.

  • timofahler

    yo f ing amazing animation-grafitti, genius. just reading name of the post i though i might have an idea of what i was going to see, blew my mind.

  • mikxel

    Holy of … mother … good lor… d… of a … monkey’s uncle… shiiiii… WOW…! Unbelievable!

  • This is amazing
    I want to keep quiet about this forever. Really great.





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Colourful Woven Masks by Designer Bertjan Pot

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A fantastic ongoing project by designer Bertjan Pot. Started in 2010, “Masks” emerged from an attempt to make a carpet out of brightly coloured rope. See more non-carpets below!

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