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In 2010, Stella Artois commissioned a few artists at Sky High Murals to paint a 20-by-50-foot wall in New York City. The goal was to bring to life the ritual of pouring a perfect Stella through a time-lapse video of the process.
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The above's not the time lapse of the pour, but a short documentary that was filmed at the same time.
Sky High Murals is one of the last mural painting companies in New York City and the large-scale advertising painters are among the last trained artisans in an age-old profession that's quickly being phased out by ads printed on vinyl and stretched and pasted over billboards.