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…
‘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.
(above) 3D street painting artist Anthony Cappetto working on figures of four detained children of parents/family seeking asylum.
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
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.
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.
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...
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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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
Art for After Hours is excited about our new, interactive site to show our select projects, our breadth of services, and our conversations about 4D immersive installations using emerging technologies:
- Augmented Reality (AR): Still and animated models
- Virtual Reality (VR): Walkthroughs, demos, immersive events.
- Via our tech team: App development, 3D design, Interfaces, and Integration
- All 4D tied in with our 3D murals, floor, walls.
Wendy Stum viewing 4D with public seeing the mix of traditional 3D illusion with 4D emerging technologies in Art for After Hours 4D immersive installtion.
Contact Us: 3D Murals, 4D Installs
What is a 4D Immersive installation and what makes the experience for the attendees? Talk to Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours for more information. Please have your approved budget and event dates ready when contacting- thanks. For your next event, tradeshow, or launch - Art for After Hours, remember #4disthenew3d
We have been big fans of using emerging technologies such as AR, VR, virtual spaces, and more in our projects and demos and now offer the 4D immersive installation experience with our 3D murals hand drawn live, pre printed, and digitally delivered with the look of chalk or paint for larger projects in multiple locations.
Contact Us for 4D Installations with 3D Murals using AR/VR and more...
3D chalk portion of the 4D installation using augmented reality by Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours...
Viewing our 4D portion using still (flags) an animated augmented reality (robots)... The goal is the mingling of 4D emerging technologies such as the AR, the 3D hand drawn mural in dry chalk, and the human interaction (me on the bike). The next step in the evolution of illusionary art...
And our video highlighting the 4D experience... Look forward to sharing and discussing a 4D street art experience with you soon. For your next event - Art for After Hours.
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