…right over my head
Although the origins of aerosol painting are (arguably) attributed to the work of the subway system controlled by the Metropolitan Transit Authority in New York state, the medium lends itself to work in surfaces hidden away too.
Rooms, whole interiors or anywhere that is safe from the elements. The work can take a bit longer due to any distortions but it is well worth the journey.
Happy 100th birthday Transfo Power Station, Zwevegem
Distorting the plane in Hertford
By the order of the Ministry of Defiance
Spot the hazards
High security, monster plane distortion
2 minute animated sequence
New interior, with a 360 degree view
Amsterdam, beer, music, aerosol, mirrors & the neighbour’s wife…
Take a look at my first trial in anamorphic, disruptive patterns…
Fixed colourscheme production with Discotek, and Bang. There’s also a stop-frame video, which you can view below…
Freestyle interior for the huge (reopened) Debut club, underneath the arches of London Bridge railway station in London. There’s also a time-lapse of the production below.
If you can’t make the trip to Birmingham to view the new 3D cube in person,I’ve made a video of the painting below.
The wooden cube is now complete, ready to fill with my 3D artwork for the opening on Monday 15th February at the Boxxed venue (104-105 Floodgate Street, Birmingham B5 5SR).
Some of you may remember the cube I made, from last year. Version 1.2 is being built in a few weeks time.
Cubic X v1.0 by Chu (in 360 degrees)