Our Fall recap continues with a very fun 3D street art piece created for the inaugural Little Italy Baltimore Madonnari Arts Festival 2015.
As this is Little Italy, we were very enthusiastic about the requested subject matter which was a food item reflective of the neighborhood - thus the 3D street art piece 'Spaghetti'.
Here are some pictures of the 3D art - Enjoy!
Despite a rainy start, the 3D art designed and drawn by Art for After Hours Founder Anthony Cappetto, was very popular and gave the attendees their first exposure to the 3D anamorphic street painting art form at the festival. The fork was over fifteen feet long alone!
Special thanks to Cyd Wolf, Festival Director for the Little Italy Baltimore Madonnari Arts Festival 2015 and our sponsors of the local restaurant association for the inspiration for this tasty project!
Anthony Cappetto is an internationally recognized 3D 4D Street artist and early adopter of 4D emerging technology such as augmented and virtual reality in his 3D street art projects. Cappetto is founder of Art for After Hours, creating premier 3D 4D corporate, exhibition, government, and mural projects in the USA, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and South America since 2001.