Posted by Devin October 26, 2011

Check out this amazing video of Supakitch and Koralie slinging paint with robot precision and ballerina grace. Nothing inspires me more than seeing other artists just do the work, lay out the process, and step back with beautiful results. I don't think anyone can truly appreciate the hours and time it take to refine these skills but when it unfolds in front of you so expertly, you get an idea. The short film is wonderfully shot by Parisian filmmaker, Raphaël Hache ,who succeeds in making the art manifest like a magical spell . Nothing does a better job at keeping me creative than seeing other people go through their process. So keep those videos coming.


Devin "Spicy Donut" Lawson


SUPAKITCH & KORALIE "Euphorie" Paris from Raphaël Hache on Vimeo.


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