Blu’s Stop-Motion Street Art

A few months ago, the Italian Graffiti artist, Blu, released a new stop-motion short film entitled “Big Bang Big Boom.”  The film intertwines painted graffiti with 3-dimensional materials and objects to depict Blu’s interpretation of evolution.  It is an astounding work that must have taken enormous effort (and quite a bit of financial capital) to complete. Just thinking about the cost of all the paint used for this creative venture makes the finance nerd in me want to cry; however, I have to admit, the end product is well worth any cost.  This is priceless creativity.

1 Comment on Blu’s Stop-Motion Street Art

  1. Shana
    September 4, 2010 at 12:25 pm (10 years ago)

    You’d have to wonder how blublu doesn’t get caught. Who knows how much money that cost too. Maybe he got a big old grant, or his family donated a lifetime supply of paint. Heck, they might have even bought out an entire beach and the pedestrians so the police could stay out of it. I can’t say that I like vandalism, but either way it’s still crazy cool.


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