Animated Street Art GIFs by A. L. Crego

Animated Street Art GIFs by A. L. Crego
Original street art and photo by Sr. X. Animated GIF By A. L. Crego.

Spanish artist A. L. Crego adds motion to street art in his delightful animated GIFs. For more of Crego’s still and motion work, check out his Flickr photostream and his Vimeo channel.

Animated Street Art GIFs by A. L. Crego
Original street art and photo by Artestenciva. Animated GIF By A. L. Crego.

Animated Street Art GIFs by A. L. Crego
Original street art and photo by Sr. X. Animated GIF By A. L. Crego.

Animated Street Art GIFs by A. L. Crego
Original street art and photo by Levalet. Animated GIF by A. L. Crego.

Animated Street Art GIFs by A. L. Crego
Original street art and photo by Pejac. Animated GIF by A. L. Crego.

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‘Kolonihavehus’, A Multi-Colored Plexiglass Sculpture of a House on Display in Brooklyn

Kolonihavehus by Tom Fruin
photo by Axel Taferner

“Kolonihavehus” is a colorful plexiglass and steel sculpture by artist Tom Fruin that takes the form of a tiny one-room house. Fruin created the sculpture back in 2010 from salvaged materials. It is currently on outdoor display at Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City through June 2015. We previously posted about another of Fruin’s multicolored sculptures, “Watertower.”

Kolonihavehus by Tom Fruin
photo by Picture This Photography

Kolonihavehus by Tom Fruin
photo by reyes837

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‘Afterglow’, A Short Film Featuring Skiers Wearing LED Lightsuits Skiing at Night in Alaska

In the short film “Afterglow,” skiers wearing LED lightsuits hurtle down moonlit slopes in the Alaskan wilderness. Philips produced the film as a promotion for its Ambilight lighting system. The film was created by Sweetgrass Productions, Philips TV, and Swedish ad agency Ahlstrand & Wållgren. A trailer is currently available — the full 12-minute film will be released on October 19th, 2014.

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Artist Fabian Oefner Blasts a Ferrari California T With Ultraviolet Paint in a Stunning Art Installation

Artist Fabian Oefner (see previously) recently blasted a Ferrari California T with ultraviolet paint in “Visualizing a Ferrari through Speed,” an art installation commissioned by Ferrari. To create the installation, Oefner placed the car in a wind tunnel and released the paint in winds exceeding 150 MPH. The installation was filmed under ultraviolet light, causing the paint to glow colorfully — the black car, on the other hand was rendered nearly invisible. Ferrari has produced a making-of video that provides a behind-the-scenes look at the project.

Ferrari California T Ultraviolet Paint Installation by Fabian Oefner

photo via Fabian Oefner

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