ariel schlesinger: graffiti printer
israeli artist ariel schlesinger combines classic spray can graffiti with the some technological know-how for his graffiti printer project. this unique device uses five individual spray paint cans to prints words much like an inkjet printer. while it might seem that the device would use some advanced digital technology, it actually inputs information using paper punch cards. each card is perforated with the desired output text, written in five lines of pixels. the machine reads the card as it moves along a wall, spraying the corresponding can to create a large scale version of the text in paint.
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