by Ariadna Zierold
Nate Kogan has always been a master of visual language. From tripped out transmedia and GIFs, to piercing, warped illustrations and a near-future budding direction of projection mapping, Nate Kogan is a wizard of all magical disciplines.
British street artist, INSA, has recently published an animated GIF captured by a satellite 431 miles away in space. Well known for his combination work of animating his streetart through GIFs, INSA himself states that his work is “cutting edge art for the tumblr generation.”
Now having created the largest animated painting in existence, INSA has now become a point of reference as the king of Graffiti +GIF-ing aka “Gifiti”. The four-frame animation that was painted over 576hours in Brazil could only be photographed by satellite, since it measured 57,515 square meters.
How the Gif was made:
Pass them around. Choe at Facebook. This past weekend.