Time-lapse video of mural painting by Phil Lumbang

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22 Responses to “Time-lapse video of mural painting by Phil Lumbang”

  1. Miss Jess says:

    I have to say… I could watch time-lapse videos like this all day long. For realz.

  2. Random_Tangent says:

    I love graffiti/mural time lapses. I cut a short documentary on a local graf artist in college. Fairly unspectacular, but the time lapse footage is awesome (Aside from the as of yet unexplained green flare that shows up as soon as we switched to manual frame advance on our elderly 16mm camera).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voH2toc1zcg

  3. Random_Tangent says:

    Oh duh, time lapse starts at 2:12 in the above.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I live in silverlake so I’ll be looking out for this…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Muto is my personal time-lapse favorite

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuGaqLT-gO4

  6. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Mark for posting this (saw it first on your twitter feed)! I was able to get in-touch with Philip and buy a great piece for my wife’s birthday!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/octopushat/3524981632/

  7. Anonymous says:

    “I don’t know, do you guys like it?”

    “No sir, we love it. Thank you.”

  8. yoshitoshi says:

    silverlake != eastside

  9. devophill says:

    Great mural, cool timelapse, but know this: Silverlake ≠ “the Eastside”. The Eastside would be east of the L.A. River. What I think you mean is the “East End”, as in “the eastern end of the Westside”. If you are west of the center (downtown) how can you be on the east side?

    Aww crap, I just noticed Yoshitoshi’s post @15. Oh well, it bears repeating.

  10. Ugly Canuck says:

    Of course we should remember MUTO:

    http://www.vimeo.com/993998

    Seven and a half minutes of great stop motion wall art.

  11. MarkM says:

    There’s a Disney feel to his drawings (but the good, early Disney, not the saccharine 70s Disney). It’s fresh, simple, original. I guess what I’m reacting to is, so much animation nowadays has a cynical or sarcastic feel to it, especially when drawing “happy” characters. These characters ain’t frontin’.

  12. minTphresh says:

    me likee!

  13. wolfiesma says:

    Murals are the most wonderful things. I like what the artist did- but I like even more that the homeowners took the initiative to make public art from private space.

    I really really wish more commercial property owners would give back to the community by commissioning outdoor art on their own big blank walls.

    Ooooh, maybe if I just keep wishing, it will happen!

  14. JDavid says:

    Fantastic. As a artist myself, I find his natural ability to conceive balance in large scale really great. I usually have to plan these things out pretty well…he seems to have an innate ability to roll off the cuff, which I wish I could do.

  15. Willsan says:

    I drive by this mural every morning. I like it, but the green is a little garish. I certainly hope the guy consulted the neighbors, since that mural is now the primary view out the living room of the house across the street.

  16. brucegulick says:

    “Spectacular”?

    That’s a mighty big word for some simple animals on a wall in three colors. Pleasant as they may be.

    Now this:

    http://www.connectedworlds.org/graffiti/seak_daim.jpg

    or this

    http://xemanhdep.com/gallery/graffiti_art/graffiti_art04.jpg

    is, to my eye, much closer to “spectacular”.

    Just sayin’.

  17. gobo says:

    I love his Awesome Bears. Politeness is the new hipness!!

  18. Manooshi says:

    @17 Devophill:

    Indeed, Silverlake is NOT the ‘Eastside’. I am a born and raised Angelina– and actually, we were taught growing up that the Eastside begins with East LA.

    However, for a lot of the ‘non-native’ transplants that tend to live and/or started out living in the “310″ area– then Silverlake is the ‘Eastside’ to them. I’ve thought about explaining that they are technically wrong, but after taking an hour and a half to get to SL from Santa Monica at 5pm– they seemed to be onto something there.

  19. Anonymous says:

    I drive by them all the time as well, and I love them. My fiance and I love their message. In town full of inconsideration, this is much needed street art. Does anyone know the exact location in Silver Lake of this Mural?

  20. Anonymous says:

    Phil’s work is amazing. He does prints and HPM’s. I own a few pieces of his fine art. Great stuff. He should be up soon on http://hchcngns.cm/ (site coming soon). Support this guy. Stay up Phil.

    Peace + Love = Happiness!

  21. Anonymous says:

    For live timelapsed murals I love Rinpa Eshidan from Japan:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKKl1bybZKg

    and

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtzdxseO-gs

    are good places to start.

    Nic

  22. Anonymous says:

    I drive past several of his murals every day and they totally brighten my commute. Good to get the story behind these adorable grafitti bears.

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