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Graffiti artist KATSU creates abstract paintings using drones with spray cans

07
Apr
2014

The prolific graffiti artist KATSU is presenting a series of paintings in San Jose later this week, but the paintings havent been made by hand — and KATSU didnt even really have full control over what was created. The series is titled Drone Paintings, and as you may guess, they were created with remotely controlled drones. True to his roots though, the drones were armed with cans of spray paint, which KATSU used to create abstract works over blank canvases. KATSU initially wanted the drones to write graffiti

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