Larger Than Life Mural Videos
Mural videos are an added bonus when working with Larger Than Life Murals. It’s a great way to get a glimpse into the mural painting process. Whether for education, documentation, or marketing, mural videos can be as entertaining as useful. We shoot high-speed time-lapse video and HD video, in addition to still photography.
Mural Videos From Our Most Recent Project
Welcome Home Warriors is a public art mural honoring the veterans and the fallen of the Vietnam War. It’s been a year-long endeavor with several phases. Below are some videos from the mural painting, installation, and dedication.
A video-slideshow of the painting of Welcome Home Warriors.
A video-slideshow of highlights of the Welcome Home Warriors mural dedication ceremony.
A video-slideshow of the Welcome Home Warriors mural installation.
A high-speed time-lapse video of the mural installation by an amazing Manteca Mural Society volunteer crew!
Vietnam Mural Dedication High-speed time-lapse video
A quick two-minute high-speed overview of the 1.5-hour dedication ceremony, with 500+ in attendance. Thank you to Steve at Manteca Bedquarters for providing the building and his amazing support of this entire project!
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Hi-Speed Time-Lapse Mural Videos
LION PRIDE Mural High Speed Time Lapse Video, La Contenta Middle School PPIS Program
A collaboration between Larger Than Life Murals and La Contenta Middle School Students from LCMS Art Club, Leadership, and PBIS Student Leaders. Read the Full Article Here.
LION P.R.I.D.E. SCRATCH
After the LION P.R.I.D.E. Mural (see above) was finished, there was one last thing to do… add a SCRATCH of LION PRIDE to the front of the school! Here’s a quick little high-speed time-lapse video. Artists: Linda Shrader & Echo Westover. Video by L. Shrader, Larger Than Life Murals.
“Discover Our Desert” Mural-In-A-Day Video
A collaboration between Larger Than Life Murals and the Onaga Elementary School G.A.T.E. Class and their teacher, Heather Possehl. This mural video includes a few photos from before and after painting the mural, as well as a hi-speed time-lapse of the students on “paint day” in just 3 minutes. See the full article here.
Heavy Shield Native American Mural in Hi-Speed Time-Lapse Video
This video shows 10 days in total; 2 days of preparation and 8 days painting the art in about 12 minutes. Painted in our Larger Than Life Murals Studio for the 2014 Hwy. 62 Open Studio Art Tours, “Heavy Shield” is 10.5′ wide by 12.5′ high, acrylic on a canvas we stretched in our studio. Canvases can be taken down, rolled up, and shipped virtually anywhere in the world. It can be installed on an exterior or interior wall, temporarily or permanently.
Bighorn Sheep Mural Hi-Speed Time-Lapse
This video is 17.5 hours of painting a mural, time lapsed into 3.5 minutes. This Bighorn Sheep mural was one of several commissioned by Yucca Family Medical Care. Painted by Larger Than Life Murals, artists Linda Shrader and Echo Westover.
Conventional Mural Videos
Lesley’s Reaction to her Seahorse Spa Mural
From a drifting sea turtle, to colorful corals and an assortment of fish, to an erie shipwreck and more, the Seahorse Spa Mural will keep bathers entertained while they soak. A private commission in Joshua Tree, CA, owner Lesley was thrilled with the final results. We have many happy clients, but gotta admit, Lesley is one of our favorites 😉
“Welcome to Joshua Tree” Mural
A community project organized by Frederick Fulmer of JTAG, Welcome to Joshua Tree was sponsored by several businesses in the Village of Joshua Tree. The mural was designed and painted by Larger Than Life Murals, Mar. 2013, with enthusiastic support from the community. Joshua Tree Health Foods owner, Linda Perry, graciously agreed to donate the east-facing wall of her building for the location. The original painting, “Surprise Jack,” was used with permission from local artist, Marcia Geiger, and re-created in the mural by lead artist, Echo Westover. Thanks to the many volunteers who helped in one way or another!
Larger Than Life Murals Promo Video
This is a general purpose promo video, which includes footage from 4 different mural projects: The Color of Music mural- Indian Wells Arts Festival, Fullenwider Auditorium lettering- Riverside County Fair Grounds, and Here Comes The Sun Mural- Indian Wells Arts Festival.
Special thanks to my beautiful and talented daughters, Echo, Piper, my first-timer 8 year old Starlin. Also artist volunteers, Gabba, Mitchell, and Aaron… the exchange of teaching and learning we all share, plus all the laughs. What a blessing you all are to me! Thank you, Linda <3
Video from our first Paint Night Parties event. Thank you to everyone who participated, we all had a great time! Please visit our Paint Night Parties page for more info. or to book your own group paint night. Special thanks to Piper Robison & Gene Evaro Jr. for a great job on the video, visit http://vimeo.com/propensity to see more of their work.