Everyone who has had contact with artists and designers knows that, to one degree or another, art and design are often as much about process as they are about product. A built environment, be it public or private, is the culmination of many factors interacting over time.
A compilation of some of his most famous and compelling work, this series of graffiti animations is nothing short of amazing. A white figure crawls from battered bricks and leaves a trail of paint wherever it goes, morphing and twisting along the street-side wall as it goes. As his works move along they transform unpredictably and become uncanny new creatures and interactive objects.
He is definitely one of my favorite artists that I have posted about. To see graffiti art, you don’t have to go to a gallery or museum. It is not limited to a computer or a gallery. Graffiti art is right out in the street among the people. It is said that great art isn’t afraid to take risks and the graffiti of Italian artist BLU definitely fits that bill!