Artists Paint Paris, Berlin and London with High-Tech Video Graffiti

Earlier this year, Blake Shaw and Bruno Levy, two artists who form the multimedia performance collaboration Sweatshoppe, headed to European cities (Berlin, Bristol, Belgrade, London and Paris) and pasted videos on buildings, some famous, some not. They call their art “Video Painting,” and it’s all done with custom software that “tracks the position of paint rollers and projects video wherever [the artists] choose to paint.” Everything that you see above was shot live, using no actual paint or post production. You can check out more of Sweatshoppe’s multimedia work here.

via The Atlantic

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