A Florida Beach Town would be revamped inordinately because of a Digital Graffiti art festival. The festival would occur for three days in the month of May on Alys beach in Walton area of the southern part of the state. The festival is in its 10th year now and the tentative dates scheduled for this year are May 19 to 21. The white house walls of the Alys beach town would be painted with vibrant colors including digital art and the paintings will be removed after the festival. Internationally renowned painters and digital artists would paint the homes and stylize the quaint beach town of Florida.

Innovative art and environment

Digital graffiti is a new form of graffiti painting wherein digital technology is used to replace traditional physical paints by using projections on the surface and are thus removable, unlike the lasting physical paints. As per artist Brett Phares, the digital graffiti festival is a unique architectural experience besides being enriching and redefining of standards. International artists would perform the task of digital painting on homes of the beach town and the festival would create a lighted splendor in the town. Merging of traditional graffiti and digital art and using them on houses would make this festival one of a kind in the world.

Art house beach party

The festival in the last year had the award winning best of show entry of a video created by push pins and rubberized thread by an artist named Nathan Johnson of the Made Shop fame.

Artists for the festival this month have been flown in from places like Brooklyn and Wisconsin in the US and also foreign countries like Germany and Australia. Alys beach is located along the Gulf of Mexico in Florida and is a quaint seaside community known for some white washed buildings and homes which are set to be transformed by the festival.

The digital graffiti festival this month would feature open night sessions, family parties, street shows and also mobile trucks offering delectable street and festival cuisine. There would also be live music shows besides works by resident chefs and products from local breweries and distilleries. There are also endeavors to visualize sound and create hypnotic projections on the walls of houses on the lines of psychedelic beach trance parties and festivals. The festival would definitely combine digital visuals, sounds and beach party excitement in this quaint little town of the country.