Testing the “push” ink process with the LADY WALL DRAWING MACHING

If you imbued hacker technology with the artistic impulses of a crayon-wielding toddler, you’d get something like LadyDraw “Drawing Machine”: a robotic contraption that transforms scanned scribbles into odd, doodly wall art. The fact that it can take long to complete a drawing, the machine itself becomes a kind of interactive, kinetic art. Depending on what images you feed it, the results can be classically beautiful or nightmarishly strange: Here’s a detail showing the Drawing Machine’s weird, scrawly style using a MOLOTOW Emtpy Marker filled with ONE4ALL Paint, testing the “push” ink process with the wall drawing machine.

Read more about the test here!