Hello to our viewers from Little Italy in Baltimore!
Art for After Hours team of Anthony Cappetto with Wendy Stum (our Marketing Director) returned to Little Italy in Baltimore MD to create a new conceptual 3D pavement art installation at the Little Italy Madonnari Festival.
The 3D piece, 'The Movement of Change' celebrates dichotomies such as Order/Disorder, Past/Future, Traditional/Conceptual in its design.
Using the bridge as a metaphor of change atop a reinterpretation of the illusionary drop using aluminum ribs clad by glazing between horizontal concrete beams over a traditional outdoor scene.
We always encourage people to stand at each end of the bridge and in the middle to experience the anamorphic illusion of 3D street painting.
Despite some challenging weather, Art for After Hours designed and created a 3D installation well received and enjoyed by the many attendees who came by following our progress and experiencing interactive art.
Anthony Cappetto is an internationally recognized artist working in 3D illusions and 4D emerging technologies such as augmented and virtual reality; founding Art for After Hours - the first professional street painting art company in 2001. Cappetto and Art for After Hours have brought 3D and 4D projects to events and exhibitions for corporate, public art, government, ngo, and not for profit clientele in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Dubai (UAE), India, Japan, Uruguay, Mexico, and throughout the USA.
Wendy Stum is Marketing Director for Art for After Hours and an ardent supporter of all things streetpainting.