Time-Lapse Mural Takes Over The San Francisco MOMA [Video]

Time-Lapse Mural Takes Over The San Francisco MOMA [Video]
Design

Dutch artist Parra crafts his large-scale "Weirded Out" mural on the museum's second-floor landing.

Emma Hutchings
  • 4 april 2012

Dutch artist Parra has taken over the second-floor landing of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) with a large-scale mural on the 60 foot wall. “Weirded Out” is his first exhibition in a U.S. museum and features his iconic bold and playful style, with birdlike characters and free-form typography created in black acrylic across the white wall. It can be viewed at SFMOMA in California until July 29th. The time-lapse video below gives viewers a creator’s view of the piece, documenting Parra at work over several days:

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