Blu's new wall-painted animation is absolutely incredible. Let's discover his version of evolution. Awesome, maybe the video of the year.
Blu's gone ahead and published the long awaited, much anticipated follow up to his "Muto" animation, circa 2008. "Big Bang Big Boom" uses stop-motion to take the viewer through the evolution of shapes and colors into creatures, filling more dimensions, space and objects than seemingly possible given the buildings, bridge and streets he has painted. Most impressive is when an octopus scales a two-story building, transforming into dice that get swallowed by a fish, that, in turn, gets swallowed by another fish, that...FatCap doesn't need to explain evolution, just that the story line and use of space gets even more ridiculous as the street art continues.
If you think you don't have the time to watch all 9 minutes and 55 seconds, think about how much time Blu and his crew of artists took to create the entire piece! And if you wait too long, you'll be the last of millions in the know; his video posted on Vimeo alone has already hit over 34 thousand views and counting at time of this posting.
Do you want more? Here are his last walls in Lisboa (with Os Gemeos), in Madrid and in Grotalgie. Enjoy!