Art for After Hours : Professional 3D Street Paintings in Dry Chalk, Painted Murals, and 4D Immersive Technology Installations Worldwide
Art for After Hours, a professional street painting company brings beautiful, exciting, and conceptually thoughtful works of 3D street painting art and 4D installations using augmented and virtual reality for corporate, exhibition, public art, tradeshow, festival, and government clients in the United States and many international locations worldwide.
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Using 4D Emerging Technologies with our 3D Murals and/or 3D Chalk Art (AR, VR, XR): firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Although not a 3D piece, this art featuring a textile pattern used on a chair in a field was part of a two piece set for a hospitality themed tradeshow in November 2018. Somewhat chilly but fun to do and share with passing industry attendees during the tradeshow.
A 3D street painting surrealistically depicting vines symbolizing the community of Vineland, NJ rising up from the pavement supporting a plane into another dimension, defended by a giant metallic ant.
10’x27’, tempera and chalk on pavement.
A centerpiece 3D installation for the Sweet Chalk Festival in Lockport, NY; based on the popular 1970’s game. This 12 foot wide by 30 foot deep piece allowed visitors to relive their childhoods in the very warm weather while not ‘falling’ through the ‘ice’… Our festival sponsor was Oath: July 2018
Cappetto standing atop the ‘Treasury’ facade carved into the stone of the famed city of Petra in Jordan. This 10’ x 20’ 3D illusion was done as part of the ‘World’s Fare’ international food event at Citi Field in May 2018.
Designed and painted for a private client at luxury residence in New Jersey; this 550 square foot illusion of a majestic castle, soaring clouds, and a tree top all to match existing stonework and forest mural - including over 1,400 separately painted stones and architectural details. June/July 2018
A 3D street art piece calling attention to the children of immigrants seeking asylum in the United States and the terrible treatment brought to these children and their families by this country.
Four children sitting on a metal bench in custody facing the US Flag upside down, a sign of distress, holding a mylar issued blanket foe warmth streaming across the top of the art over the scene of Mexico and the US at the Rio Grande below. The prison bars separate the children from the freedom of a nation from walls and barriers and a better future for all. At Baltimore, MD.
This 3D piece created celebrating Pride here in New York City with Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge as part of an event supporting the Ali Forney Center, an organization empowering LGBTQ homeless teens, allowing them with the tools to live independently. June 2018.
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.