Professional 3D murals drawn in chalk or painted, precisely designed for corporate, exhibition, tradeshow, luxury residential, government, and festival events in the United States and internationally. Consider our 3D Mural designs for interiors, lobbies, facilities, hospitality, and entertainment immersively for a customer experience like no other. For projects calling for a pre printed approach, Art for After Hours can readily send digital files of our 3D murals (and 3D chalk art too) for printing nearly anywhere.
Created for a cardiovascular conference, the 3D anamorphic design was made not only for depth but to imagine human movement with red blood cells through a human artery. Anthony Cappetto (pictured) from Art for After Hours worked with Senior Creative from a National Ad Agency, the Production Company to realize the setup across the country, and the wishes of the client to give a playful interaction for cardiovascular surgeons as a respite from more sobering activities.
As invited artist, commissioned to create two 3D mural installations at the inaugural festival put on by the Dubai Media Office. Riding the Magic Carpet with the traditional feel of an older Dubai to entertain the public.
Interior residential mural for luxury realty client. Coordination of the actual trees in the front yard to become the motif of this fun design.
Thinking in an oversized, whimsical manner - Cappetto used elements of the Holiday Season such as candies, and a gingerbread fireplace to bring the warm feeling of home and hearth at a very hot (temperatures) festival.
3D anamorphic mural for a popular juice bar in Sunnyside, NY. Art for After Hours concepts using 3D illusion bring traffic, excitement, and fun to clients and their customers. Talk to us about multiple locations, whether in our home base of NYC, USA, or internationally. Hand painted, preprinted, digital solutions, scalable, applicable to nearly all types of businesses.
Festival street mural playing to Cappetto's interests in the fun, different, out of the box approach in festival entertainment. Using an oversized Venus Fly Trap, he quickly realized that it surely wasn't a daisy... Think of us to go in a conceptual traffic generating direction as a featured artist at your festival.
3D murals designed and realized to be fully immersive, not just posing at a side but placing the viewers interactively within the 3D anamorphic experience. Creatable in all types of chalk and or paint, Art for After Hours 3D murals can be translated into permanent uses such as restaurants, hospitality, facilities, and more reflecting your business or franchise visions. Pre printed and digital delivery for multiple uses and applications rolled out to order.
From the classic science fiction story by Ray Bradbury, Cappetto was inspired to bring the elements of the light path carrying an astronaut (Cappetto) from the future to the Cretaceous Period avoiding carnivores while learning the meanings of one's actions in space/time. Research into project involved sourcing data on Cretaceous flora/fauna, and the time energy transfer equation with time vortex including a constant named after Stephen Hawking.
Our concepts are always thought out and created to bring our viewers attractive 3D illusions and thoughtful, conceptual ideas.
The 3D mural portion of one of our 4D installations, using a stream of colored cubes spelling out the 'Mark' in Mark Conference 4D installation at Rutgers in New Jersey. as we say, #4disthenew3d
In support of global immunization and awareness, Art for After Hours designed a traveling mural to be useful for Doctors Without Borders to share their message with the public at large. The mural went through Times Square, Washington Square Park in New York City then was sent to locations in London and Paris to share the message there.
Recalling the famous cube puzzle that has stumped nearly everyone (but not all), Cappetto created a puzzle cube bursting out of the box carrying festival attendees along for the ride...
A multi-panel installation, Cappetto created a piece celebrating the weekly evening parade of supercars, millions of dollars of transportation proudly driven and a source of entertainment for visitors at what is known as 'The Walk' by Jumeriah Beach in Dubai, UAE.
For a major construction tradeshow in the United Arab Emirates, Art for After Hours designed a two part, 3D installation for a Foundations Company at the Big 5 Construction Tradeshow.
Our idea, a plank interconnecting through a physical door, two separate foundation projects - while being independently visualized from two separate vantage points.
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The second part of our 3D tradeshow installation at the Big 5 Construction Tradeshow in Dubai, United Arab Emirates completed the concept of two separate yet interconnected foundation projects for our client. One of our challenges was to not only design for an asymetrical booth layout for the art so it worked with booth furniture and printed verticals; but to coordinate with the installation team in real time from the US to UAE for effective installation and artist verification for proper viewing of the art as intended.
Art for After Hours through our understanding of booths, following project updates, field changes, can create art that is attractive, fun, but functional and ready to go for tight project deadlines.
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Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Anthony Cappetto flew to Montevideo, Uruguay to provide lecture, a week long workshop, leading to a faculty/student exhibition of 3D street painting for the US Embassy in Montevideo and the Universidad de La Republica. Student and student/faculty groups learned how to design and create their own 3D street paintings as Cappetto created a large 3D exhibition piece for posing and presenting to the University and the public.
Close up of Anthony Cappetto from Art for After Hours working on the pavement laying in layers of dry chalk to create stone faces carved into an imaginary landscape. Art for After Hours can generate majestic, large scale 3D mural installations for public, private, advertising campaigns, and more. This project was the 3D mural component of a 4D installation using animated augmented reality for a major chalk festival in Florida.
Walking the 'Urban Tightrope' across an interpretation of the Upper West Side of Manhattan for a Gala Event for a Client in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Conceptuality for IIT Bombay Techfest, a Technology Festival in Mumbai, India as well as the chalk component of a 4D installation using animated augmented reality with a dedicated app.
The art rained digital code from the clouds over a futuristic city celebrating emerging technologies in chalk and an AR robot mascot flying over the city with student groups in the hundreds taking turns to view and pose within the art/technology event. #4disthenew3d
Created a 3D simulated lap pool surrounded by ten deckboards with all corporate sponsors at the US Swim Team Trials in Omaha, Nebraska. All hand drawn and designed to create the anamorphic illusion of 3D.
3D dry chalk design on pavement reflecting the character of the City of Greenville SC for their annual arts festival.
Summer campaigns for Snapple Iced Teas by Art for After Hours in New Jersey. Hand drawn, designed 3D anamorphic effects are big traffic drivers at large fairs and festivals nationwide - call us to arrange for yours.
3D mural hand drawn and designed for the Little Italy Restaurant Association in Baltimore, Maryland. Art for After Hours can handily work with you to create campaigns that are exciting, thoughtful, and fun using the interactivity of 3D street murals.
Spanning across four cities - Washington DC, Boston, New York City, and in Philadelphia (pictured), Anthony Cappetto from Art for After Hours developed a series of murals, this one in 3D for the 'Bud & Burgers' campaign by Anheuser-Busch.
3D mural 'Movement of Change' in Baltimore, Maryland created to envision the changes from one end of the conceptual spectrum to the other. In the form of a bridge transforming from stability to sprawling expansion over an architectural construction of concrete, glass, and steel. Built to unbuilt, natural to human made, the Movement of Change. Look to Art for After Hours to design, develop, and bring intelligent, conceptual ideas to your events unlike no other.
Standing on a steel beam, recalling the iconic 'Lunch Atop a Skyscraper', Art for After Hours did our take on the photograph with a steel beam over 21st century Manhattan for the New York Build 2017 Tradeshow at the Javits Center.
Talk to Art for After Hours about your next tradeshow installation, done by hand, live, preprinted, or digitally installed.