Extreme Muralism by Robot Muralist

How many - How big - How big impact

We love the extremes

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As a visually dramatic means of story-telling, large-scale murals can be an effective way to engage communities and communicate public memory to multiple audiences.

Albert Robot Muralist

Albert Robot Muralist

Our robots print images in any size to any flat surface. We are transforming cities, communities, public spaces and homes through the vision of artists.

 
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Robot Muralist is operated by two trained Ninjas

Robot Muralist is operated by two trained Ninjas

Why Use Robot Muralist?

  • Saves time

  • Any flat surface

  • Any size

  • Cost effective

How Does It Work?

The robot prints murals on walls using spray paint. It prints 1 m² in a minute, making it the most efficient art medium in terms of cost and time. Robot Muralist makes art scalable by eliminating the need for scaffolding, manpower and equipment when delivering the mural. An artist is required to create the visual and our trained Ninjas to install the robot.

Result description:

  • Pixelated style with a dot diameter of 1 cm (0.4 inches).

  • Colour pictures with tones achieved by mixing different colours.

  • Photorealistic impression (it grows as the observation distance increases).

  • UV resistant.

Let's Make Art Together

We built Robot Muralist to bring art closer to you. Let´s make your surroundings more enjoyable and inspiring. Contact us today and let´s set up a free consultation!

The Printing Process

We operate best with large flat unobstructed walls that have access from the top. We can achieve all tones by mixing different colours. We use acetone based paints, so during the printing process an efficient ventilation is needed indoors. When printing outdoors we depend on weather conditions – can’t print with rain or strong wind and with temperatures below 7⁰ C (44⁰ F). In some cases the surface material may have an effect on the printing results. For example, materials with high absorptive capacity may absorb a large quantity of paint and thus the picture may lose its contrast and brightness. Surfaces with high absorptive capacity might need priming before sprayprinting.

PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS

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