06.05.13 by Jeff

“Gif-fiti” animated murals by INSA

animated murals by artist INSA
I was stoked to meet INSA in Melbourne not too long ago. Really loving all the animated pieces he’s been doing lately. When these images pop up on Tumblr I’m sure there’s a bunch of people who don’t realise he’s actually re-painting the walls several times to achieve these effects.

Incredible stuff. More below!

INSA Gif-fiti

INSA x RONE

INSA Gif-fiti

INSA x Stanley Donwood @ XL Recordings LA Office

INSA Gif-fiti

INSA x UNGA

insaland.com













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



  • if you’re on a slower connection you may wanna right-click and open each image in a separate window to see them animate

  • Demian

    he should use augmented reality so people that walk by the murals can use the app to see the animation

    • esmone

      ah, shit, yes, definitely! that would be an app worth having. these things are fantastic. there’s something incredibly satisfying with those fat juicy graffiti lines dancing like that.

  • Aslan

    прикольно сделано
    prikol`no sdelano)

  • Amazing.

  • Steven

    oh man. the XL recordings LA office one is soooo good. the drip effect looks so fluid.





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