Graffiti printer using Arduino + Solenoid + 7 Spray cans

The Graffiti Research Lab is a dedicated collective of artists and technologists re-writing the urban landscape with new and innovative artistic tools. The Graffiti Research Lab was set up in 2005 by Evan Roth & James Powderly, developed as part of a fellowship project at New York’s EyeBeam Art’s centre and from their shared interest in graffiti and Open Source technologies. GRL has grown in to a decentralized and internationally renowned group of active members & collaborators with a number of sister cells throughout the world. It is currently housed with the non-profit organization, F.A.T. (Free Art and Technology) which supports and promotes artists & designers working in urban hacking. Some of GRL’s projects include LED Throwies, L.A.S.E.R. Tag and most recently, EyeWriter, which was a collaboration with OpenFrameworks and The Ebeling Group and picked up a Golden Nica at the Prix Ars Electronica in 2010.

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