Bruno Levy and Blake Shaw, the two masked artists from New York City in the video below, are the minds behind a new multimedia performance collaboration called Sweat Shoppe. Their aim? The intersection of art, music and technology to create something that has an element of pop accessibility. Sweat Shoppe recently showed our friends at Babelgum how to paint video at SCOPE Art Fair in Miami. “We started off doing this in the streets,” they explain. “We’d find a building that we like with the right light conditions, pull up, clamp something in some car batteries, and do our thing.”
They’ve been busy at it for two months now.
The illusion is pretty neat, don’t you think? Check out additional photos of their work below.