Digital Graffiti Wall

Digital Graffiti Wall

You don’t need Wild Style skills to paint with Tangible’s Digital Graffiti Wall. Anyone can grab a digital spray can and give it a go.

Fusing interactive technology with street art, Tangible’s Digital Graffiti Wall is the original, invented by the company back in 2007. It’s ideal for corporate and opening events, music festivals, trade shows and brand promos.

The Digital Graffiti Wall is a unique, unifying activity that not only brings people together but also generates a great atmosphere. Express your creativity in a group setting or use the wall as a riveting, single artist performance show piece, the DGW always grabs attention.

For brands, the DGW is a great way to connect with their target market experientially. It’s hi-tech, high impact and engaging, something that will be remembered, talked, blogged and tweeted about for months.

The DGW is also white label and fully customizable. Painting stencils, screen backgrounds, overlays and the digital graffiti spray cans can all be branded to enhance your on-site message. Live screen capture and printing, email a friend as well as uploading to a Facebook or Flickr account are possible direct from the screen too.

Tangible’s Digital Graffiti Wall comes in all sizes. For rentals, we provide our DGW application and a computer server, infra red camera, digital spray cans, stencils and any custom components ordered.

Our team works closely with your event crew to specify and acquire the best size screen for the space and a projector from a local audio visual supplier. Or if you prefer, we can provide a one-stop, out-of-the box solution. Either way, a Tangible technician delivers the Digital Graffiti Wall, handles set-up and take-down, and can train your staff for long-term rentals.

The Digital Graffiti Wall has provided a focal point at numerous brand, sporting and music events held across the globe.

Simple to use interface
Spray can experience
Typical H7′ x W12′ size (almost all screen sizes possible)
Easily customized / branded
Social media site tie-ins
IR technology
To book the Digital Graffiti Wall for your event, please email us at:

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Clients a.o.
- Heineken
- Chanel
- Converse
- T-Mobile
- Red Bull
- Puma
- Bacardi
- Green Day
- Smirnoff
- SlamFM
- Nutricia
- NYE event Sao Paolo, Brazil

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