Update, September 18, 2015: A week later, Minneapolis photographer Bill Hickey shares his impressive close-up capture of Kobra’s process, and the final Dylan mural.
Hickey and his team were able to cover the grand scale of the project by using time-lapse cameras that would start when motion was detected, GoPros and a camera-enabled drone.
Posted September 11, 2015
Over the past two weeks, pedestrians gathered to watch Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra paint his five-story mural of Bob Dylan near 5th and Hennepin in downtown Minneapolis. Kobra and his team of five artists completed the massive, kaleidoscopic painting on Sept. 8, but Spong PR has provided a way to re-watch the group’s progress. Filmed from Spong’s offices down the street, the video captures the entire process in 1 minute and 29 seconds.
Jackie Renzetti is a student at the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities and is a projects reporter at the Minnesota Daily.