Design office KRAWALL had something big in mind for Marcus Dörr c/o ARTMOS4. They wished to have a fairly long fence adorned with logos and lettering for their client STRABAG. “The amount of foil stencils we went through is nothing less than spectacular.” Marcus tells GoSee. The entire extent of the work can be seen in the video. “Decorating impressive surfaces with logos/statements/sayings etc. is interesting for advertisers because it subtly draws the attention of passers-by, aka walk-in customers, to the design. ARTMOS4 is proud to be the oldest graffiti agency in Germany and has designed facades, interiors and objects for more than 20 years.
As part of the design evaluation by the Dresden Department for Road Construction and Transport, the agency ARMOS4 won the bid to create the design for the ‘Hainer Lake’ project, which Marcus then realized with a realistic graffiti look using images of nature.
ARTMOS4 was commissioned by the management of Flörsheim Kolonnaden to design the outer surface of the shopping center. The brief was to combine the shopping experience with the logo in the artwork. The desired motif was created spraying freehand and with the use of foil stencils.
The challenging part for the SCHÜCO Showroom in Berlin was that the base material of the surface was made of PVC polyester fabric, and Marcus had to perform a spray test beforehand. Created in close cooperation with the client was a graffiti image showing the Berlin skyline and the company logo.
AD Mission / Loop 5 Shopping Center – This artwork was supposed to be colorful and an eye-catcher for the clientele of the shopping center Loop 5 in Weiterstadt. Marcus was booked by the agency AD MISSION to create a wall mural for taking selfies. The underlying idea was to integrate the L. A. Wings into the overall picture as a key visual so that visitors can photograph themselves standing in front of it. “It has already seen several fun moments, the client tells us.”
The client STC Risk Consulting inquired on two graffiti works for its new offices. The condition: the final artwork had to be artistic but still have a strong connection to the company.
The brief for the first was to show influential figures, such as Steve Jobs or Einstein, who give conscious inspiration for magnificent achievements. For the second piece of artwork, it was to create a Banksy-ish look combined with a map of the world.