Decorating walls with large motives is a challenge both for the artists as well as entrepreneurs and owners.
We will guide you through the whole process to give you confidence that the project is done according to cost, timeline and with safety.
Walls come in all sizes and qualitites. Sometimes the goal is to minimize the impact of construction by having temporary artwork painted on walls that are in direct view to city centers etc.
In other situations, more permanent decor is wanted as a part of the architectural style. We have a large network of artists and can adapt artorks to any style that is required. The earlier we are involved in planning process, the more we can contribute with advice on how to obtain the best and most cost effective end result.
The bigger the wall, the more challenging the execution. Also, the logistics on a construction site vary greatly in its complexity. We will therefore need to organize the job in close collaboration with the site management.
Our goal is to minimize the worries regarding safety, logistics and we are used to working inside of construction security zones. Naturally, we have lots of experience with lifts and scaffoldings in various sizes.
Each project is different. We will give you estimates that reflect size, type of artwork and complexity of execution. By experience we see that developers or house owners have many particular wants and needs so we are open to tailor the project individually.
Our delivery may be a simple paintjob, or it could be delivery of additional artwork, photos, videos, books and more that are customized for the particular project.
We will arrive onsite with everything needed that are agreed upon. We arrange for housing of our artists, site coordination and even lift rentals if needed.
Our goal is to give our customers as worry-free delivery as possible.
When we leave a job, only the artwork is left behind. We will leave a tidy and clean work area.
Additional deliveries of photos, videos, books etc, will be delivered on a pre-agreed schedule.
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