In March 2014 graff-futurist Seb Humphreys visited Port Lincoln to work in partnership with Port Lincoln Youth to create public artworks.
The graff-art murals were organised as a part of the much needed upgrade of Whait Reserve, a community space in Lincoln Gardens.
Over three days three spaces were given a creative face-lift - two sides of one brick wall, and a corrugated iron rotunda.
This piece showcases the work done to create the pieces on the two sides of the wall.
It was shot using the time lapse photography mode (5 seconds) on two different GoPro cameras (a Hero2 and a Hero3) in sunny and rainy weather. I then converted the images into video and further sped up that footage to create the piece and incorporated still shots to showcase the start and the finished versions of art.
Local youth helped to create the graff art murals as well as helped out with the filming of the piece.
Music used in the piece: STS024_trk58 - Droptop - Nicholas John Steel (ASCAP) and David John Vanacore (ASCAP).
And CTR001_trk4 - Progress (VIP REMIX) - BugHouse
I hope you enjoy - Emma!
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