A three plane 3D street art installation calling attention to the refugee crises in the world, especially affecting children. A refugee child, given a bubble bottle from an aid worker has a brief moment of happiness amidst her environment around her. Artist Anthony Cappetto (pictured) with Wendy Stum from Art for After Hours imagined and created this piece at the Sarasota Chalk Festival 2017.
'A Puzzling Reality...' Antwerp, Belgium
Created as part of a major European street art festival in September 2017, Cappetto designed this piece 8 feet high by 12 feet wide and 10 feet from the vertical wall panel realizing this 3D anamorphic design.
Queens Beer Festival - Long Island City, NY
3D chalk art piece with Fall Pumpkins, Pretzels, and a Mason Jar filled with Beer! 9 feet wide by 20 feet deep.
Dry chalk on pavement; 10 feet wide by 20 feet deep; three days to complete. Onsite use of augmented reality driven robot models and fluttering flags.
'Visions of Cambodia'
Dry chalk on pavement; 30 feet wide by 40 feet deep; six days to complete with a team of three. First use of animated augmented reality at a public event anywhere to date (2011).
Dry chalk on sidewalk; 10 feet wide by 26 feet deep; three days to complete with team of three. Demonstration of augmented reality along with a virtual reality driven interpretation of the chalk piece.
Dry chalk on sidewalk; 10 feet wide by 16 feet deep; three days to complete.
'Snapple Iced Tea'
Dry chalk on pavement, 10 feet wide by 22 feet deep; three days to complete.
Dry chalk on pavement; 10 feet wide by 18 feet deep; three days to complete.
3D mural installation for a cardiovascular conference in San Francisco, California. 15 feet high by 20 feet deep, extending on floor 10 feet. Our design was a 3D view within a human artery flowing with red blood cells conceptually inspired by the classic science fiction film 'Fantastic Voyage'...
'Magic Carpet Ride'
3D painted mural installation at the #dubaicanvas in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 15 by 15 feet.