International 3D/AR Chalk artist Anthony Cappetto led an Art for After Hours team (Shawn McCann, Wendy Stum) in the first public exhibition of 3D 4D chalk art and augmented reality (AR) blended together anywhere in the world at the Sarasota Chalk Festival in Sarasota, FL. The 3D 4D/AR chalk artwork, 'Visions of Cambodia' measured 30 by 40 feet in size and took the team approximately 150 hours to create onsite and several weeks of coordination for the successful combination of the 3D chalk design and the 4D (AR) effects. Special thanks to our friends at Daqri for the 4D (AR) assistance, making our concept work so well.
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Large Format Graphics with our 3D 4D (AR) Chalk Art
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First Display of 3D 4D Chalk Art and Augmented Reality (AR) in an International Exhibition by Art for After Hours (2011)
International 3D/AR chalk artist Anthony Cappetto with a group of IIT Bombay students 'chasing' the IIT Bombay Mascot over Cappetto's 'Cityscape', the first 3D 4D chalk art with animated augmented reality (AR) ever done in India and the second such project undertaken anywhere. During the event, thousands of students surrounded our AR station to see the animated effects live and virtually nonstop for the three days of the festival.
Case Study: Blended 3D 4D Chalk/ Animated AR Project - Florida, USA
Anthony Cappetto with his completed 3D street painting 'Cityscape', which took approximately 30 hours to complete, for Techfest 2012 event in Mumbai, India. Selected Project Listing:
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Case Study: 3D Chalk Art Demonstration, Lecture, and Workshops in Montevideo, Uruguay
International 3D 4D (AR) chalk artist Anthony Cappetto was honored to participate in an Arts Program supported by the US Department of State and the US Embassy in Montevideo, Uruguay, for students and faculty of the Universidad de La Republica from September 3rd through September 7th, 2012. Cappetto gave a lecture at the University on the 3D chalk art form as well as hands on workshops for the students and faculty in which they learned to design and create their own 3D chalk art pieces.
Left photo: Students and faculty pose with Anthony Cappetto and his 3D chalk art demonstration artwork.
Right photo: Anthony Cappetto with his 3D chalk art, size 12' x 17', created in two days time.
Flint Hills Int'l Children's Festival
Harrah's Casino & Resort
Hollywood + Highland
IIT Bombay; Mumbai, India
ITT Roorkee; India
Northampton Community College
Peabody Essex Museum
Saint Louis Art Fair
Salisbury Beach Sand and Sea Festival
Sarasota Chalk Festival
SL Green Realty Corp.
Stones River Mall
Tempozan World Performance Festival, Japan
US Department of State
US Embassy in Montevideo, Uruguay
White Plains Business Improvement District
Weisman Art Museum
At top is a view of the completed art as seen through a wide angle lens, while at the left, Anthony Cappetto is positioned on the lower left ledge reaching for AR generated butterflies and a hummingbird inspired by chalk drawings made by Anthony alllowing the 3D chalk illusions to 'come alive', differing from any other 3D chalk art concepts in the marketplace today. Art for After Hours looks forward to pushing the envelope even further with our art and technology mix. 4D being the concept of experiencing augmented reality effects in a 3D world through tablets and devices in real time. Feel free to contact us so we may develop these forward concepts with your projects soon.
Case Study: Blended 3D Chalk/ Animated AR Project - Mumbai, India (2012)
Art for After Hours is the first chalk art company to provide 3D 4D chalk art for corporate, exhibitions, festivals, and not for profit clients in the USA and internationally. We are also the first chalk art company mingling and blending emerging technologies such as animation, 4D, augmented reality, and virtual spaces for our interactive/conceptual projects worldwide using our dedicated teams of animators, augmented reality, and chalk art teams overseen by Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours.
Founded in 2001 by international 3D 4D chalk artist Anthony Cappetto, Anthony and his artist teams can work in wet or dry chalk media and have completed successful, interactive projects for corporate and exhibition clients in the USA, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and South America. Our 3D 4D street art installations can be done live or in our studio for delivery to your project site(s) and location(s).
Art for After Hours is your source for street painting/chalk art consulting for festivals and featured artist procurement from our access to many of the world's top featured artists for festivals tailored for your unique festival needs.
Schools, academic institutions, corporate team builders - Art for After Hours Founder Anthony Cappetto is pleased to provide lectures and workshops about the history, practice, and creation of street painting art. Whether an introductory presentation, an intensive workshop, or an informative, entertaining experience for the enjoyment of all – Anthony Cappetto can make the difference in the appreciation and creation of street painting for your students, department, or corporate team.
Latest Art for After Hours projects: July 2014
Visit our Street Painting Workshops page (AfAH Workshops) to learn how Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours can bring the art form to your school, academic institution, or corporate team building project at email@example.com. Emerging technologies such as augmented reality, virtual spaces, and virtual reality are becoming a part of 3D street art. As the first adopters of virtual spaces and augmented reality in 3D chalk and street art Anthony Cappetto's vision is always innovative and new. Talk to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 3D illusionary murals temporary or permanent, indoors or outdoors with or without emerging technologies - Art for After Hours will meet the client needs and goals. Talk to us at 3Dmurals@artforafterhours.com. Visit the boutique site for founding 3D 4D chalk emerging technologies artist Anthony Cappetto at www.anthonycappetto.com.
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Case Study: Anthony Cappetto - 'Life Flow' an immersive 3D street art installation for the Cardiovascular Research Foundation at the TCT at Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
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Case Study: Anthony Cappetto - Artisphere International Arts Festival 10th Anniversary working with scholarship art students from Furman University via intensive workshop/public exhibition of street paintings, May 2014
Anthony Cappetto's 3D illusionary anamorphic design for 'Life Flow' a 3D installation of the flow of red corpuscles within a human artery. The first 3D anamprphic illusion of this kind, the art measured 15 feet high by 20 feet long aith a ground panel extending 10 feet from the vertical panel. Paint on canvas. International 3D 4D (AR) chalk artist Anthony Cappetto came to South Carolina to conduct an intensive workshop in street painting with scholarship art students from Furman University (above top pictures) as preparation for a weekend exhibition along the Reedy River (lower two pictures) as part of a chalk art component for the 10th Anniversary of the Artisphere International Chalk Art Festival in Greenville, SC for May 2014.
Anne Arundel Community College
American College of Nurse Midwives
Artisphere International Arts Festival
Arts>World Financial Center
Barefoot in the Park
Capital A' Fair
Cardiovascular Research Foundation
Coca-Cola Midwest Bottlers
Dubai Shopping Festival; UAE
'Lawrenceville GA' : A 3D street art installation designed and created as the signature piece for the 'Chalk Walk' chalk art event in Lawrenceville GA. This piece will be given as a gift of public art to the community in the near future. The art measured 20' x 20' in size and took over 60 hours to create. The buildings clockwise are: Gwinnett Medical Center, Aurora Theatre, and the Georgia Gwinnett College. Photo by Chris Bettis
Case Study: Anthony Cappetto - 'Snapple' Straight Up, Corporate Promotion, Readington NJ
Corporate promotion for Snapple at the Readington Balloon Festival in Readington NJ by Anthony Cappetto. This 3D pavement artwork - 10' x 22' in size was completed in 2-1/2 days, rebuilt on last day from rain on rough pavement to the excitement of thousands of viewers throughout the event. Photo by Michael Downey