Philadelphia, PA, December 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Look out, the robots are coming. Red Red Robot Murals has opened its doors in Delaware, bringing imaginative wall art and living space to savvy individuals and businesses who have had enough of beige.
Local artists Arian Gimbutas and Amy Asher founded Red Red Robot murals after creating an elaborate artwork featuring zebras, elephants, penguins, and yes, even a marching battalion of their trademark red robots, on the walls of their daughter's nursery. Friends and family were first to demand the artists' talents for murals in their own homes. Now, with their backgrounds in illustration, scenic design, fine arts, and horticulture, Gimbutas and Asher are using their creative passion and flair to design a diverse range of personalized projects for private homes, offices, restaurants, schools, and museums that go far-beyond the ordinary.
“We like to think outside of the wall, so to speak. Adding in elements that range from 3-D effects to magnetic, moveable figures. Red Red Robot Murals creates pieces for kids and adults to enjoy. We have all sorts of surprises up our sleeves!” says Asher.
Gimbutas adds, "The murals are a fun, vibrant outlet for us it’s something different from our individual artwork, and a release of sorts. We all have a natural draw toward fun and playfulness, and this is what Red Red Robot is all about. We create fun and ingenious wall art."
Gimbutas and Asher are a husband/wife team whose individual and collective artwork has consistently pushed the envelope. Gimbutas, an illustrator and scenic artist, works in ink and bleach. Asher, a painter and photographer, uses paint, tar and fabric in her mixed media work (she used pieces of her wedding dress in a recent series). Gimbutas grew up in Wilmington and his illustrations have appeared locally in the magazine The Bystander. Asher, originally from Kansas City, Missouri, has shown her work around the Midwest and New York. Asher and Gimbutas were featured in the New York Times Art Blog for their most recent exhibition of collective works at RePop in Brooklyn, New York. http://fortgreene.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/09/03/at-repop-enjoy-the-art-take-home-the-couch/
Red Red Robot Murals specializes in mural artwork and scenic design and has been commissioned in the Philadelphia area, Delaware, and Kansas City, Mo.
For more information contact Amy Asher at 215-921-0196 firstname.lastname@example.org www.redredrobotmurals.com