Take five minutes out of your day to check out this immensely well edited video production by Australian director, Selina Miles. The piece centres on Felipe Pantone, an artist who employs the sometimes illusionary qualities of kinetic art within graffiti to create his own lane. Arguably, this is possibly one of the best artist profiles I've seen. Selina's frenetic style of filming/editing lends well to presenting facts about Pantone that seems fitting. It's an extremely succinct videographic delineation of his communication. The punchy narrative is outstanding and this video further serves to promote Pantone's upcoming solo show "Stereodynamica" at Backwoods Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.
I first came across Miles' work back in February, though admittedly I didn't attempt to find more pieces by the director as the piece "Graffiti Mapped" featured Sofles. Regardless, another superb production that deserves more than it's couple hundred thousand views. The piece combines traditional street art painting, time lapse and 3D mapping techniques to create a stunning piece. Check it out below.