The "Art in Motion" Shepard Fairey film was captured over the course of two days during the 2013 SXSW film and music festival. After a series of collaborations between Shepard and Sage, the symmetry in this particular mural was the main inspiration for creating a motion based narrative bespoken to tell the story of the art itself. The concept was to capture a mural Shepard created and reincarnate it into a standalone piece of moving art. The creators of the film wanted to emphasize the intricate process of creation while maintaining the visual aesthetic of the art itself. The piece was photographed and directed by Sage Seb, edited by Tanner Shay and produced by Arron Nelson Jr.
The camera used to capture this was the Sony F55 shot in 4K raw. Primary lens was the Duclos 11-16mm zoom along with two Zeiss super speed primes.