The first piece was done with a soft background highlighting the metallic grey logo for Under Armour while the second (below) is sharper for a similar appearance but not identical.
Typically on the Business of Street Painting Art, we show our primary work which is 3D anamorphic street art installs which are viewed correctly only through a lens such as a handheld device such as an iPhone or Android, tablets, still cameras, or video from a set point by the designing artist. 3D anamorphic art will appear foreshortened such that they will look elongated when physically drawn which is correct. Illusionary pieces can be understood visually with the naked eye alone.
This was a fun project to do and always look forward to expanding on the themes for our corporate clients in malls and large public spaces with scalability in concept and in 3D anamorphic installations including our developing work in 4D emerging technologies for the greatest conceptual experiences.
If these concepts are of interest to you and your next initiative, please feel free to reach out to us at your convenience.
Anthony Cappetto is an internationally recognized 3D street artist working in traditional 3D anamorphic installations and 4D emerging technologies such as augmented and virtual reality as an early adopter. Cappetto is founder of Art for After Hours, the first commercial street painting art company in 2001 and a co-founder of Innovative Street Painting Group, Inc. with Wendy Stum in 2007.
Cappetto's work has been displayed in the UAE, India, Japan, Uruguay, and throughout the USA.