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Kendal Larson has had many professional roles in his life. He spent years in the armed forces, working as a translator. He worked in marketing, advertising and photography. And now, he’s a wall printer.
“My wife and I are absolutely committed to making the world more beautiful,” said Larson in a recent interview. “People stop to look at the gardens she creates, commenting on how that little bit of beauty makes their day. So when I saw the ad for The Wall Printer, I knew this might be a great fit for a new business.”
Larson foresees this as an adjunct and amplifier of artists’ work. His vision is to see Mammoth Mural printer companies spread across Texas, with representatives starting their own businesses from Austin to Zapata and painting their towns inside and out.
The reality of the physical requirements of the printer, however, led him to an yet another creative solution. After a health scare, he realized he needed a better way to get the printer from place to place. So, he designed and developed a custom roadshow trailer and demonstration system.
The printer will be taken to festivals and farmers market, taking advantage of his 400 watt, 4-panel solar powered system and custom designed plywood demo ‘wall.’
“We want to show everyone just how many applications this vertical printer has,” he continued. “It’s a very useful and creative solution for large spaces – indoors or out – that need some sprucing up. I’d love to see us doing more Art in Public Places, but we are already talking with restaurants, pubs, gyms, schools and interior designers.”
Mammoth Murals is participating in the Houston Community College business plan competition. Narrowing his focus and finding the best growth strategy are his key goals for the plan. Should the company win he hopes to apply the proceeds to making the concept spring to life across Texas, in commercial, residential and public spaces.
“Creativity is the key with The Wall Printer,” he said.
And Larson puts that creativity to work every day.