Grafikis® transforms walls into forms of art

Grafikis® transforms walls into forms of art
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The plastic artists João Vaz de Carvalho and Pedro Zamith, the illustrators André Letria and Gonçalo Viana, the photographers António Moutinho and Manuel Luís Cochofel, and the designers Pedro Albuquerque and Carlos Rosa are some of the authors invited who have already done works in the new form of decorative art – Grafikis® – which explores the wallpaper as a form of artistic expression. watch the video of the concept at:

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The themes are explored freely by the authors, thinking about the wall as a whole, without frames or squares. Both from the thematic and the form points of view, Grafikis® applications are easily integrated into walls, giving the visual suggestion that they were directly painted or printed on the wall as a result of the author’s intervention on the wall. In a great format and in its space.

Grafikis® reproductions are not numbered and therefore they are works of art accessible to everyone, being a form of democratisation of art allowing a very large public to contact directly, in their own house, with the artistic expression of renowned painters, photographers, illustrators and designers.

Grafikis® works are sold exclusively through Internet (at and several orders have already been done from various countries, apart from those purchased in Portugal. Grafikis® online shop makes deliveries all over the world. The delivery deadline varies from 3 to 7 days, depending on the country of destination.

Green technology and easy application

The technology used allows you to apply the Grafikis easily (only with water) – watch the video at – and it offers 20 years of colour durability when not directly exposed to sunlight. Its permanent removal is also easy, without damaging the wall.

The technology used – wallpaper / printing – has got a GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified® certificate. The wallpaper fulfils the AgBB criteria about the assessment of VOC emissions of interior building products as far as health is concerned.

The printing technology used does not produce odours. It is watered-based, without alcohol or solvents. It does not have chemical products, using natural products. The paper has got a FSC® Certificate – Forest Stewardship Council.

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  • great concept – and adds such a touch of beauty to any wall – love that it’s greenguard!

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