The concept of an industrial robot is that it is suitable for repetitive and dangerous tasks, however, the advancement of applied technology in robotics has shown that human-robot work is more productive and creative.

It is common to doubt about the creativity of robots, so when talking about art and robots, two key concepts are used: ideas and productivity. together they go hand in hand to be able to design art.

On this occasion the art of works made in paint with straight geometric shapes with a robotic arm are very precise and absolutely popular especially in the decoration of home spaces.

The Primus robot is a robot designed to work in the automotive industry. Artificial intelligence software and other hardware elements were optimized. These features allow Fusion to follow the instructions of a specific artist, which is well suited for robotic art. You work with artists who give you the ability to carry out your artistic vision. It is designed to be used as a robotic arm with the ability to manipulate a paintbrush or hold a tube of paint. It is excellent in workmanship and can create accurate works of art.

This is an example of how humans and robots interact to create new things. In short, this robot artwork from the Proximars painting collection consists of a video portrait of Andy Warhol.

The Andy_Bot exhibition shows works in luminous tones designed by No Curves, a world-renowned tape artist. The works feature vibrant colors and geometric lines.

This project is converted from a digital format to a set of algorithms that Primus translated and later put it on canvas. Where Primus determines where to start painting. Primus combines brush strokes and paint extrusion functions to produce strokes that are not only smooth, but also have a certain volume. As a consequence, it produces a mixture of art and a very particular robotic production line.

The crafting process begins with the artist using special tools to tape the Dibond plate to secure the position of each piece. After Primus begins his work, he is programmed to dispense acrylic paint in certain areas of the canvas. These instructions are a combination of pre-programmed commands and other parameters randomly selected by the robot designing unique parts.

This collection of works of art are designed, developed and manufactured in a warehouse in North West Italy, with dimensions of 75 × 60 cm and 100 × 75 cm.

Andy Warhol was chosen as an inspiration for having been an artist with a vision for the fusion of art and technology with futuristic works.

Another example where human-robot work, idea and execution can design can design and produce fantastic pieces of art.