Graffiti artist Katsu recently debuted a series of paintings made with a spray-paint-wielding drone.
Katsu, like many graffiti artists, has a preoccupation with leaving his mark in hard-to-reach places. A few years back he developed an especially clever tool for the job, modifying a fire extinguisher to spray larger-than-life tags across entire walls. (One high-profile target: the side of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles in 2012, just as it was opening a hugely publicized exhibition of graffiti art. The wall was promptly buffed clean.)
The artist’s latest innovation has the potential to extend his reach even further. It’s a spray-paint-wielding drone. … (Read more)