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3D Murals, Installations, Interactivity Street Art from Art for After Hours

2018 has been a great year for us taking 3D to the ground, walls, and even ceilings! Here’s some of our favorite pieces from our clients…

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'Respect Existence...' 3D Street Art Public Art Installation, Baltimore MD

‘Respect Existence’, was a 3D street art installation completed in Baltimore MD to call attention to the children of parents and family members seeking asylum in the United States but being held in detention facilities similar in principle to the internment camps holding Japanese, Italian, and German Americans during World War II.

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(above) 3D street painting artist Anthony Cappetto working on figures of four detained children of parents/family seeking asylum.

Original sketch of ‘Respect Existence’ by Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours.

Original sketch of ‘Respect Existence’ by Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours.

Artists Anthony Cappetto and Wendy Stum facing with the drawn children in solidarity.

Artists Anthony Cappetto and Wendy Stum facing with the drawn children in solidarity.

Above in the work, one sees the four children detained on a metal bench facing the US Flag, upside down, indicating distress. Each child is holding part of a mylar blanket issued to keep them warm, draped over a landscape at the Rio Grande between Mexico and the United States separated from freedom by prison bars.

Beyond the prison bars is a Trump Wall free world with freedom and fairness for all, typically the policy of our Nation of Immigrants.

#Respect #Resist #Remember

Art for After Hours team of Anthony Cappetto with Wendy Stum proudly posing within the 3D street painting art piece ‘Respect Existence’

Art for After Hours team of Anthony Cappetto with Wendy Stum proudly posing within the 3D street painting art piece ‘Respect Existence’

Prior to our live 3D street painting project, we were developing a 4D animated augmented reality component positioning animated children holding placards of #Respect and #Remember while an ICE guard was programmed to walk menacingly at the base of the art.

This was a moving piece for us and for the Baltimore community. Despite a weekend of inclement weather, sometimes part of live outdoor work; we were proud to share this artistic statement. #Respect #Remember

This was a moving piece for us and for the Baltimore community. Despite a weekend of inclement weather, sometimes part of live outdoor work; we were proud to share this artistic statement. #Respect #Remember

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3D Street Art Installation for Refugee Awareness - 'Refugee: Here but Not Here...' by Anthony Cappetto (with Wendy Stum) of Art for After Hours

This 3D installation recently completed takes a serious turn to show 3D street art's ability to bring a message to its viewers.

Art for After Hours 3D street artist Anthony Cappetto with Wendy Stum created the art at the Sarasota Chalk Festival in Venice, Florida this year as we have been regular participants since 2010 with many 3D exhibition works. This one was more important to us in its message and delivery.

This is a video clip we did during the event in which Cappetto is blowing bubbles in solidarity with our refugee girl whom an aid worker had given a bottle of soap bubbles to entertain her for a few moments, taking her away from the stark conditions around her.

'Refugee: Here but Not Here...' Anthony Cappetto with Wendy Stum

In the spirit of the Sarasota Chalk Festival's 2017 theme of Evanescence, we present the story of a refugee child.  Amidst the rubble and desolation of a stop on her journey, she blows bubbles representing some of the nations with the most dramatic refugee crises. We selected South Sudan, Syria, and Myanmar (Burma).  As a child, enjoying for the briefest of moments - a chance to be a child while sharing a message with the viewers.  We the viewers hear and read about refugees' plights, but our thoughts move past them as we put down the information and move on with our lives.

They are 'here but not here...'.

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Anthony Cappetto is an internationally recognized 3D street artist working in chalk, paints, to create thoughtful, conceptual works across the world.  Founder of Art for After Hours in 2001, the first professional company designing and creating 3D street painting and mural art for corporate, festival, tradeshows, and exhibitions.  Cappetto has brought his work to projects in the United Kingdom, Europe, UAE, India, Japan, Uruguay, Mexico, and across the USA. 

Cappetto is also an Early Adopter of Immersive and Emerging Technologies such as augmented and virtual reality (4D) as part of his 3D street art installations in the USA and India.

Wendy Stum is Marketing Director of Art for After Hours, an avid member of the street painting art industry, and assist with projects such as these.  See more about us on our About page on the Art for After Hours site.

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'Betta Fish Kite' 3D Street Painting by Anthony Cappetto in Crewe, England...

August began a string of new, exciting projects for Art for After Hours starting with a whirlwind trip to the friendly town of Crewe, England where we participated in the 'Chalk it Up' Festival.

Below:  Anthony working on his 3D illusion in the morning... 

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And at the end of the Festival, completed 'Betta Fish Kite', a 3D street painting by Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours. The art measures 12 feet wide, 16 feet deep, took two days to complete.

Back to new projects in Baltimore, Maryland and Antwerp, Belgium...  More to follow... Stay tuned...

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Street Art Installations and Events - New York City

Street Art comes in all sizes, concepts, 2D, 3D, and 4D all according to the concepts of the artist and of the clients we work with here at Art for After Hours.  Check out our appearance at the first Community Field Day Event for the Battery Park Community in New York City on June 30th.

Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours with the project 'Dragon Flies and Sunflowers', a street art installation as part of Community Field Day in Battery Park in New York City. July 2017. 

Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours with the project 'Dragon Flies and Sunflowers', a street art installation as part of Community Field Day in Battery Park in New York City. July 2017. 

Below we have pictures of the full experience, one that tied in the conceptual street art along with a fun, engaging, ground event involving many young children or as we envision - the street painters of  the mid 21st Century...

Wendy Stum from Art for After Hours getting some base color down before the kids arrive...

Wendy Stum from Art for After Hours getting some base color down before the kids arrive...

One of the young ones putting the finishing touches on the full art experience where we had many, many children take part and have a great time.  In background right - Anthony Cappetto

One of the young ones putting the finishing touches on the full art experience where we had many, many children take part and have a great time.  In background right - Anthony Cappetto

Anthony Cappetto posing for a picture with the head of the snake just before the kids descended upon the pavement which of course was the purpose of the pavement portion for this project! 

Anthony Cappetto posing for a picture with the head of the snake just before the kids descended upon the pavement which of course was the purpose of the pavement portion for this project! 

Working on the professional portion of the install...

Working on the professional portion of the install...

Finishing touches on the head of the snake...

Finishing touches on the head of the snake...

Detail of one of the sunflowers...

Detail of one of the sunflowers...

Pink dragon fly...

Pink dragon fly...

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We find creating and sharing our creativity in street art exciting in the large conceptual projects and rewarding especially when we can share with the community; bringing the art experience to viewers and participants, young and older.  Especially in New York City where we live as well as across the US and around the world.  Talk to us at Art for After Hours and let's see where we can bring the street art out together.

 

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Conceptuality, Interactivity, Unique 3D Street Art and 4D Installs by Anthony Cappetto

Conceptuality, Interactivity, Unique 3D Street Art and 4D Installs by Anthony Cappetto

Anthony Cappetto, Founder and Lead Artist of Art for After Hours on not only how but why a prospective client should be considering us for taking the next step in the future of anamorphic and illusionary 4D art/emerging technology installations using 3D chalk and painted murals.  Contact us for your next event, exhibition, or installation.   artforafterhours.com

3D Murals- Walls, Floors, More for your Next Project...

3D Wall, Street Murals with Art for After Hours

 

We are excited about street art murals as a way to bring a 3D illusionary experience, sharable with the public on a regular basis as part of the local landscape...

Detail of a 3D illusionary mural for private residence in Geneva, Switzerland.

Detail of a 3D illusionary mural for private residence in Geneva, Switzerland.

3D mural install for a juice store in Queens, NY...

3D mural install for a juice store in Queens, NY...

3D vertical portion for installation in San Francisco, CA, 15 feet high by 20 feet wide

3D vertical portion for installation in San Francisco, CA, 15 feet high by 20 feet wide

 

Art for After Hours brings a creative, thoughtful direction to our designs with our clients in mind - across US, internationally, and in our neck of the woods in New York City.  Talk to us today about your 3D mural project...

 

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