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Anthony Cappetto 4D Street Artist
New York City
4D AR VR Street Painting Art Event Entrepreneur and Artist
Interests: augmented reality, virtual reality, AR, VR, haptics, virtual spaces, creativity, entrepreneurship, street painting art and artwork, merging of art and technology, animation, innovation to benefit art and business, hybrid events, 3D apps, 4D, development, launching, AR, MR, OS, SL
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Our 3D street art made a turn to a statement on the state of our Nation. We hope for the best and believe in the very best of the American People. Our 3D street art piece in Baltimore, MD was created and drawn for that purpose... 'Freedom' In the spirit of moral statements buried in the guise of still life’s in Europe in the 17th-18th centuries, we have designed this piece to make a statement on our current administration. From a base drawn in the interior samples from Trump Tower NYC Lobby, that is tacky brass, black marble, a bust of what I call the thoughtful (moral) person hovers. The bust is wrapped in 18k gold barbed wire, the left side of the bust has red, white, blue streams following the edge symbolizing America. The Freedom is expressed with bright butterflies escaping the barbed wire – free expression, the strength of the Constitution and American Principles victorious: free. Breaking free of oppressive thought and behavior this current administration is trying to impose upon the American People. Continue reading
Posted 8 hours ago at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Taking a minute to share a fun and rewarding experience Wendy and I had bringing street art to our community recently in Battery Park in New York City's Lower Manhattan area. We were invited to bring street painting to the Battery Park Community for their first annual Community Field Day in a twofold fashion; the first, a conceptual street art design on the concrete wall in a handball court while the second component was a large, winding, snake for the children in attendance to jump in to color to their heart's content. Anthony Cappetto acappetto@artforafterhours.com An internationally recognized street artist working in dry chalk and paint, creating conceptual, interactive 3D art works in the USA, Europe, United Arab Emirates, India, Japan, Mexico, and Uruguay for many corporate, not for profit, exhibition, tradeshow, festival, government, and NGO clients. A pioneer and early adopter of the use of 4D Emerging Technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Virtual Spaces and Environments since the mid 2000s with his 3D murals across the USA and India in corporate, festival, exhibition, and academic settings. Cappetto's interests include conceptuality in architectural and scientific themes as well as playful interpretations of the world around him. Working in the corporate interiors and space planning industry in New York prior to founding Art for After Hours in 2001 allows Cappetto the ability to work with architects, designers, and corporate space planners to realize the art in new and truly innovative projects. Continue reading
Posted Jul 10, 2017 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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For Your Next Event, Tradeshow, or Launch: Taking a moment to share not only the pictures, but pictures to show the drama and intensity of the street painting art experience with our fans, our clients, and the people who are thinking about how to specifically make their street art event experience stand out - engaging their attendees... Some imagery to see... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2017 at The Business of Street Painting Art
Our playlist of 4D installs - 3D dry chalk and murals art and tech together for next events, tradeshows, exhibits, and more! artforafterhours.com https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLc7YDjHAW2Fgm_Xt4v1foQ5pygmzE8Tzb Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2017 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Just finished a fun one day 3D dry chalk piece for the Belmar ArtWalk in sunny Belmar, NJ which we call 'Inside Out Fishbowl'. Not our typical size, or complete time (five hours), but a fun piece to do! artforafterhours.com Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2017 at The Business of Street Painting Art
4D with animated augmented reality as part of my latest 3D street art work using chalk. Mingling people, AR tech, and hand drawn anamorphic art as one new type of art experience! Love to hear from you about your next... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2017 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Just got back from an exciting project in Garden Grove, CA where Art for After Hours created a 4D project using animated augmented reality with traditional, hand drawn and designed 3D chalk art for the Open Streets Event April 1st. No jokes here! :D Watch our YouTube video in post highlighting the art and the tech... Watch for Anthony interacting with the animated robot in AR live (at the time), jumping briefly on the bike, then choosing to run, jump and exit the 'Collapsing Ramp' ... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2017 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Just as the post says - we are very excited about the developments in 4D street art and how we at Art for After Hours have been able to share this nascent application of the emerging technologies into our project demos in this last year. We have been testing ways to bring the 4D aspects that is animated augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and newer applications underway for our 2017 initiatives in the US and internationally on greater and brighter scales. Here we will take a look into some of our developments for 2016 and a window into our next steps already in motion for 2017... artforafterhours.com Continue reading
Posted Dec 29, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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LIVE 4D demo of public art installation by Art for After Hours at Chalk Festival in Venice, FL November 2016. Hand painted vertical/ground mural with augmented reality (AR) overlay of giant butterflies via monitor as blended human/animation traditional art/emerging technology demonstration. Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Hello to our viewers from Little Italy in Baltimore! Art for After Hours team of Anthony Cappetto with Wendy Stum (our Marketing Director) returned to Little Italy in Baltimore MD to create a new conceptual 3D pavement art installation at... Continue reading
Posted Oct 5, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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What a fun August!! Art for After Hours was asked to bring the street painting/chalk art - illusionary this time to a multi-city engagement for the 'BUD + Burger' activations across the Eastern US. This four city project allowed street painting/chalk art to be a useful, effective part of an exciting event with many attendees, burger vendor participants, at four prominent activation locations during August 2016. Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Recent, rapid interest in the rise of 4D in the public mind, coupled with the recent introduction of the 'Pokemon Go' phenomenon spreading across national US and soon if not already global markets has taken 4D from the early adopters,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 21, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Art for After Hours was asked to come up with an innovative way to celebrate the famous inventor and genius of the early electrical age Nikola Tesla, who established the Tesla Electric Light and Manufacturing Company in Rahway NJ in the late 1800's. Last week in celebration of the achievements of Tesla, especially in Rahway, I chose to design a 3D art solution focusing on a Tesla Coil electrical device within a clear cube platform supporting an electric vehicle as a complete conceptual composition. artforafterhours.com Continue reading
Posted Jun 23, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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A first of its kind - Entering 4D augmented and virtual reality together in an immersive live environment via VR goggles with traditional anamorphic chalk work 'Asian Fusion' by internationally recognized 3D artist/ 4D Early Adopter Anthony Cappetto of Art for After Hours. artforafterhours.com @AfAH Continue reading
Posted May 24, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Yesterday I came upon a post from the Russian public media site Colta, formerly OpenSpace in the Art section discussing Contemporary VR around the world and learned that we were mentioned briefly but to be in the company of those in the contemporary space for conceptualizing and developing 4D immersive illusions with the traditional 3D anamorphic illusion was a pleasant surprise for me and thank Colta for this. '...Artist Anthony Cappetto creates a 3D-street art , introducing virtual reality directly in the street space. His work can be found all over the world: New York, California, Dubai and many European cities. He also carefully catalogs them in his blog under the name of Anthony Cappetto the VR the Art .' Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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I had an opportunity to share my 3D street art in our area in New York City and not everywhere has to be far flung... Our client was Cooldown Juice, a juice bar in Queens, NY who was excited about the concept of 3D art in the bar. Of course we had our ideas - these are some pictures to view, enjoy! Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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This post focuses on a project we were happy to do with the team at Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in New York City. Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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4D street art using emerging tech such as augmented and/or virtual reality coming to Greenville SC as part of the Art for After Hours chalk mural installation at Artisphere 2016 by internationally recognized street artist Anthony Cappetto and the Art for After Hours art team. artforafterhours.com Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Internationally recognized 3D Street Painting and 4D Early Adopter artist Anthony Cappetto lends support to the new Madonnaris Ecuatour 3D Street Painting Festival in Ecuador. Continue reading
Posted Mar 14, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Anthony Cappetto, founder of Art for After Hours has brought 4D emerging technologies (augmented and 360 virtual reality) to the Mark Conference at Rutgers University and hundreds of student and staff attendees. artforafterhours.com @AfAH, @AnthonyCappetto Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Its always great to bring street painting (chalk art) to viewers - in this case a national audience who saw art in action as a part of a nationwide event with a positive message and right here in midtown Manhattan! Thanks to FOX&Friends for making this happen! Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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So what is 4D? As an early adopter of what is becoming known as emerging technologies, Art for After Hours and its founder Anthony Cappetto say what it isn't - its just not a vertical panel and a ground panel put together alone. Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2016 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Our annual recap of select 3D 4D driven chalk/street/mural art and initiatives by internationally recognized 3D 4D artist Anthony Cappetto. anthonycappetto.com Continue reading
Posted Dec 29, 2015 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Our Fall recap continues with a very fun 3D street art piece created for the inaugural Little Italy Baltimore Madonnari Arts Festival 2015. As this is Little Italy, we were very enthusiastic about the requested subject matter which was a food item reflective of the neighborhood - thus the 3D street art piece 'Spaghetti'. Enjoy! Continue reading
Posted Nov 18, 2015 at The Business of Street Painting Art
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Hello from Venice, Florida where I led another fine team from Art for After Hours to create an immersive 3D street art exhibition at the Sarasota Chalk Festival in Venice, Florida. The design is immersive as the illusion requires the complete integration of the wall and floor art as one total illusion as well as a viewpoint set at the bottom left of the art to allow interaction of thousands of attendees while not obscuring the art by placing the view straight on as many conventional illusions do in the marketplace. We always strive to be unique and innovative... Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2015 at The Business of Street Painting Art