Gif-itti: Animated Street Art For The Tumblr Generation
Tongue-in-cheek in nature, INSA's work makes a statement about how a majority of street art is currently looked at online.
London-based artist INSA, just finished his largest gif-itti piece to date in Newcastle, England for Unit 44’s White Walls Project. The piece took over three days to complete, and re-painting the wall four times yielded eye-popping results. Tongue-in-cheek in nature, INSA’s work makes a statement about how a majority of street art is currently looked at online. Unit 44 adds:
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