Video: animated street art at Newhaven

Video: street art animation at Newhaven Harbour

Edinburgh artist Spaceboy animates a 150 metre-long mural along fishmarket shutters

Edinburgh artist Mike Inglis, aka Spaceboy, has collaborated with Red Stripe on transforming the shutters of Newhaven fishmarket into a Jamaica-inspired animation.

The first cut of the video can be seen below.

Spaceboy pasted his illustrations onto the shutters then – with the help of award-winning production company Blac Ionica and graphic arts students from Edinburgh College of Art – brought his work to life through stop motion animation.

Inglis says: 'It's a tribute to the 1970s DIY recording scene … essentially it's based on positivity and the Jamaican culture that Red Stripe originated from. I hope the people of Edinburgh will come down to see the illustrations as well as checking out the video.'

The artwork is part of the 'Make with a Red Stripe®' creative marketing campaign.

YouTube: Red Stripe Make Art On The Street Animated Installation with Spaceboy

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