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wall painting

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wall painting

Sometimes I like to avoid paper. In that case I draw directly on the wall. I roughly sketch out the approximate size with pencil and then just go wild with the brush.

Here are some images from 2014 painting session in Geometry Global office where I worked while I lived in London. In order to make some dull meeting offices more fun, I used orange, navy blue and red that were the agency's brand colours. My colleagues tell me the paintings are still there! This was all done in my spare time, for about three working days.

*This is me in the photo, drawing in my green jumper.

 

This was such a fun project!

 Red and blue paint.

Red and blue paint.

 Orange paint.

Orange paint.

 This was another room called "Geometry LABS" where all new technology was used (drones, augmented reality, tablets, projections...)

This was another room called "Geometry LABS" where all new technology was used (drones, augmented reality, tablets, projections...)

 Someone added the HONEST answer to this very generic question you get asked a lot in the UK. Glad they got the irony!

Someone added the HONEST answer to this very generic question you get asked a lot in the UK. Glad they got the irony!

 

I am always open for filling other people's walls with my drawings.

Email me if you have an empty wall!