25.09.09 by Jeff

Blu + David Ellis

Combo by Blu and David Ellis. I’m speechless.

Blu David Ellis collaboration video combo

Watch the video below, your mind will shatter.

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

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    Muto taken to the next level. God, this is good.

  • http://www.thegicleeservice.com Jason

    blu has to be my favourite street artist, I would go as far to say he is the ONLY artist on the streets.

  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick (Art Sponge)

    that was magnificent. genius to say the least

  • http://toppbrocales.wordpress.com topp brocales


  • Joel

    Incredible. I love blu!!

  • http://www.concretecat.com Concrete Matt

    Muto blu my mind, and this is no dissapointment.

  • Liz


  • http://batijuampe.blogspot.com/ JPSS

    BLU is the Best

  • http://diregui.com Iregulr

    Its like a mix between Gondry and Jesus.

    • ana

      you are absolutely right!

  • http://timothytimothytitus.blogspot.com TIMOTHY

    why does it repeat over and over?

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    They designed it to be a continuous loop – rerally adds to the genius of it

  • http://www.dgenerador.com diseño grafico

    Muy buen blog de diseño! great blog! thanks from Argentina.

  • janus

    Great work. Nice to see somebody making street art that’s more than just a 5 seconds stencil!

  • apple

    dude nice job! that was amazing! make more!

  • dno

    unreal! that is beautiful! suck an awesome idea!

  • http://blog.surely.uk.com Mark Murph

    We just got back from Fame Festival in Grottaglie italy where this piece was created…

    so much amazing work… I blog about it here…


    lots of pics… enjoy…

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  • http://alle5.com alle5

    I was in Grottaglie for the FAME festival too (I live nearby :)

    Belive me Blu is not human! :)

    Other artists was great too but Blu is the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top of the top..

    simply the TOP :)

    Ciao, Ale.

  • Jenna
    • elloe11101

      thats pretty cool

  • Carolina


  • elloe11101

    wow there amazing!!!!! i love blu now thank you BOOOOOOOM for showing this post ♥♥♥♥☻☻☻

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