murals & Art
Eye catching feature walls for the instantly instagrammable
We have created works of art for restaurants and hotels right across Australia and overseas. In today's world of photographing everything, a stunning mural is not just a design feature but a talking point, hashtag and tourist destination.
We go through a meticulous process of sampling and prototyping to create a durable design on every surface. We use a wide variety of materials depending on the finish required and can incorporate other ideas into the final piece including custom lighting.
Custom wall mural designed by our creative team on behalf of Paul Kelly Architects.
Cast bronze 'petals' pinned on the back wall completed in bright polished plaster stucco
When the Bay Vista dessert bar owners opened a Parramatta venue, they wanted to recreate the signature mural from the Brighton-Le-Sands cafe. The original mural was painted onto raw brick but the Parramatta mural would be painted on tile.
Di Emme undertook sampling and prototyping to ensure they had the appropriate primers, paints and topcoats to create a durable design.
Similar to photographs in a newspaper, perforated metallic pictures form images from a series of dots. For the Chatswood Interchange, Di Emme translated a floral design into artwork, allowing for panel breaks, sheet size and technical limitations.
Di Emme also organised the fabrication and installation of the metallic panels. The next stage of development will see backlit perforated panels installed on the walkways and stairwells.
Di Emme actually printed on the walls for the District 8 murals. . This fresh approach to mural making involved carefully prepping the surface, painting the backgrounds, creating the digital files, printing in situ, and touching up by hand. With direct wall printing you can create detailed murals with a realistic spray can-effect.
Di Emme artisans also fabricated a giant abacus with lathe-turned pieces, stained and threaded on bronze-finished rods.
Egyptian-inspired wall mural in the Pharaoh Gaming Room
A brass sheet overlaid with another brass sheet with alternating apertures imitating a pixelated printing effect for the foyer wall at 155 Clarence Street
Striking mural with dome lights for the gaming room