FinDAC Creates Urban Art Time Lapse

October 24, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital | Comment |

Autographer has created a three-day timelapse of FinDAC at work on one of his signature pieces of urban art in London. It is the latest entry in Autographer’s Behind the Scenes series — an ongoing project designed to showcase never-before-seen views on some of the best alternative artists’ work. The video was made using four Autographer devices, two of which were mounted overlooking the work and two worn by FinDAC himself, offering a unique perspective of the process. “Organised through a mutual friend and coinciding with the one year anniversary of their business opening my latest project was painting the DayTrue external wall in Maida Vale," FinDAC says. "We wanted to capture the whole thing as a time-lapse, so it was great that Autographer helped out with this." Click through / scroll down see the time-lapse video.

Autographer Press Release

‘FANTASTIC’ FINDAC CREATES URBAN ART TIMELAPSE

Incredible timelapse created as part of intelligent camera brand Autographer’s Behind the Scenes project

London, 24th October: Autographer®, the world’s first intelligent wearable camera, has created an incredible three-day timelapse of FinDAC at work on one of his signature pieces of urban art in London. The piece was created as a collaboration with design studio Day True.

The video was filmed over three days and shows the artwork being created from start to finish. It was made using four Autographer devices, two of which were mounted overlooking the work and two worn by FinDAC himself, offering a unique perspective of the process. Autographer intelligently takes pictures based on changing inputs to its five sensors, has a battery life that lasts the whole day, and smart software, which allows you to create a timelapse in minutes.

It is the latest entry in Autographer’s Behind the Scenes series — an ongoing project designed to showcase never-before-sThe video was een views on some of the best alternative artists’ work. The project recently saw a timelapse created of Marvel cover artist Mr Garcin and will soon see more work from urban artists through an ongoing collaboration with Global Street Art. 

FinDAC is a renowned non-conformist urban/stencil artist, known for his unique ‘graphic novel-esque’ style influenced by a number of artistic luminaries including Francis Bacon and Aubrey Beardsle. He has left his mark all around the world, in places such as Ražanac in Croatia, London, Ibiza, and Rome. Notable projects include the amazing piece depicting Tinie Tempah that became the image used as the face of the Factory Project in 2011.

James Ebdon of Autographer said: “Urban art has transcended over the last twenty years from something frowned upon into something admired and celebrated. That’s because of artists like FinDAC — whose high calibre of work and sheer breathtaking skill pushes the artistic boundaries beyond what people expect. Autographer is perfect for getting art aficionados closer to these talented artists than ever before and we are proud to help showcase the craft behind the work through Behind the Scenes.”

FinDAC said: “Organised through a mutual friend and coinciding with the one year anniversary of their business opening my latest project was painting the DayTrue external wall in Maida Vale. We wanted to capture the whole thing as a time-lapse, so it was great that Autographer helped out with this. The project included me wearing a device but they are so small, lightweight and unobtrusive that it was a really enjoyable experience.”

FinDAC’s latest work was commissioned to commemorate design studio DayTrue’s first birthday of its London office. 

To see the video in full, please go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfcnmTV-ok0&list=UUWqjD2-opBUncyxxRXXhMDw

To find out more about Autographer, please visit: http://www.autographer.com/explore

For more projects like the above, please visit http://blog.autographer.com/

For more information about FinDAC, please visit: http://findac.tumblr.com/

To find out more about Global Street Art, please visit: http://globalstreetart.com



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