Nice to see that you want to get involved in the co-creation @DianaMO and @Pouyeh !
As Maria has already mentioned this wall piece is temporary and won’t stick beyond this Friday. It looks quite sloppy as it is now and we had a discussion that it should be removed at the last WIP. @NinaLindberg expressed some ideas about that little “room” then as well I remember. It will require some planning to get it right. Maybe we can sit down and spend some time doing that this Friday?
On painting containers in general:
A general advice I would like to give when it comes to painting container sides is that the corrugation makes it quite different from painting a normal flat canvas (whatever the material). This difference is easy to underestimate, and when it’s completely ignored the results are usually such that we end up scrambling to cover up the result with something new. The Skulls & bones painting by the eager art students being the latest example but also Amandus attempt to a certain extent (which he still hasn’t even finished yet BTW; masking tape still hanging off it like old band-aids swinging in the wind).
Given the differing angles (with a varyingly convex and concave surface) the light hits the side in varying ways. Any image will also morph depending on what angle you are looking at it from. Lines will break and so on. Only from a 0 degree angle will it look like a normal canvas (which of course can be a cool effect if used consciously!).
Sorry to be a bit boring by urging some initial caution here but I feel a need to counterbalance Hugi’s laissez-faire enthusiasm. The thing is that I myself was the one expressing his exact sentiment when the art students from Gerlesborg asked me the very same question and we’ve had to live with the consequences since. Again let’s talk about it on Friday in person.
Not sure what white side you are referring to here. The BL container is the one on top of the blue Space container and the deep green WCH container. You must be referring to the “Beckman’s container” which is the one creating the corner together with the café, right?
Amanda would only paint the one side facing Blivande with the skull and bones “throw up piece” by the art students, mentioned above.