Pavement Ad Printer from 1930, and Modern Printer Robots

Remember Nike's cool Chalkbot (a descendant of StreetWriter) that printed SMS messages for Tour de France cyclists on the road surface? Here's a similar idea: a drum of water, a stencil, and an ad message. Done in 1930 in Spain to promote a wine merchant.

And a modern-day "sea-tagging" campaign to promote an aquarium in London through sea-water prints on pavement:

A few other writing and drawing machines:

Hector the Graffiti Robot (from, like, 2004).

A wall-climbing printer.

PixelRoller (we wrote about it a few years ago).

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