I’m usually opposed to painted walls, but that’s because it really needs to be done right. MWM Graphics definitely did it right. The mural-type work was successful because it’s a piece of art rather than an applied finish. Like a mural, the painting gives the hallways character. The dynamic shapes set a vibrant mood.

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Matt W. Moore’s work is usually in the form of painted walls with bright colors and geometric patterns. I personally like how, again, the paint isn’t an applied finish, but rather a customized piece of art to ‘dress’ a wall.

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The Vincci Bit Hotel’s fourth floor hallways are currently ‘wearing’ MWM Graphic’s paintings. It is 50 meters long and used 14 gallons of paint. It took Matt W. Moore two weeks to paint it. The result is a brilliant walk down a corridor, transforming the experience of going to a room or walking to the stairs.

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The painting creates a movement and liveliness to what would otherwise be a mundane experience. I especially like how indiscriminate the painting is to certain doors, painting right over them, but then when it comes to guest rooms, the painting abruptly stops at the frame, emphasizing the bright white doors.

By Aiysha Alsane

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