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On July 1st, 2005, INSA created the blog Insaland, highlighting notable examples of his work. On July 8th, 2008, a video featuring 35 of INSA’s street paintings made for the IAM1 Journey Nike Sportswear project was uploaded to Vimeo (shown below, left). On June 6th, 2010, Vimeo user Recoat uploaded an time lapse animation of INSA painting a mural outside a warehouse in London (shown below, right).
On June 18th, INSA posted the video to his blog, along with a GIF featuring an animation of a mural painted on a wall in Brussels, Belgium (shown below).
On May 10th, 2013, INSA launched the GIF-iti Tumblr blog, highlighting animated GIFs using photographs of his street art. On May 7th, 2014, INSA posted an animation of a mural titled “C’est La Vie” he completed at the Kubuneh village in Gambia as part of the Wide Open Walls Project.
On May 14th, INSA’s work was featured on the art and design blog Designboom. On May 23rd, several of INSA’s animated GIFs were highlighted on the art news website Beautiful Decay. On June 17th, 2014, a time lapse video of INSA and street artist Madsteez painting a mural titled “The Worlds Largest GIFI-ITI” on a wall in Taipei, Taiwan was uploaded to Vimeo (shown below).
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