Posts with the tag "street art"
Images and video via facadeprinter.org
Via the always illuminating Wooster Collective:
The Facadeprinter is a simple, software controlled robot. It consits of a two axis turn table and an airpressure printhead. The printer shoots the artwork from a distanced position dot by dot onto the chosen area. Using this method, inaccessible and also uneven surfaces can be printed on. Buildings can be displayed without costly scaffolding.
The Facadeprinter is a large scale communication tool. Print-aesthetics and method are distinguishly different from conventional print- and advertising techniques. Artworks are applied directly onto walls, like the drawings of a ‘magic pen’. At present, the maximum print distance is 12 meters, the maximum print height is around 8 meters. The shooting frequency is up to 5 dots per second.
If Jay Shells were your roommate, he’d be leaving post-it notes everywhere, beginning with a whiny “hey man,” ending with a stupid little smily-face, and filled throughout with passive-agressive rage.
Unfortunately, Jay Shells is not your roommate. He’s the guy leaving obnoxious public decency posters on the New York subway as part of his “Subway Etiquette” series.