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Street Art Murals Meet Animated GIFs Created by INSA

The street artist known as INSA combines two unlikely art forms to hypnotic effect.  The artist describes it saying, "online meets offline, hand painted animated street art".  Using several layers of paint, retouching, and multiple photographs INSA produces the illusion of an undulating street art mural.  The laborious process results in several photographs of different versions of the same mural that are then combined to create an animated GIF.  The peculiar process allows for a real indoor and outdoor component to street art which contrasts online and off, digital and analog. See more of the animated GIFs after the jump.

The street artist known as INSA combines two unlikely art forms to hypnotic effect.  The artist describes it saying, “online meets offline, hand painted animated street art”.  Using several layers of paint, retouching, and multiple photographs INSA produces the illusion of an undulating street art mural.  The laborious process results in several photographs of different versions of the same mural that are then combined to create an animated GIF.  The peculiar process allows for a real indoor and outdoor component to street art which contrasts online and off, digital and analog.

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