Mural on gypsum board wall, dimensions 124 x 4,5 m. Painted with acrylic durable colors. Located in tge King Cross Shopping center in Zagreb, CRO.
Goal was to combine educational, decorative and art elements in this mural project. Educational with the interactive tablet display with custom made app (app includes games, information about all the characters, information about the making of the project). Decorative element was achieved with careful implementation of colors to fit with the rest of the interior. Art element was shown in the freedom of the artists expression and interpretation.
Daniel was taking care of the resources and security on site. He is also the director of the local art glass company so he was in a way a consultant based on the experience. Mihovil, from ATP Zagreb, was lead architect designer for the interior in which the mural is painted.
App was programmed by our colleagues, Mato, he is painter and programmer. Stands for the tablets were created by Petar, he is a sculptor.
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