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Mural on Market Wall

If you’re interested in creating a moment of flair and giving your walls some personality, kitting out your supplies with high-grade mural paint is essential to produce precise details and a lasting design. Delivering a smooth application that’s easy to blend with other colours and adhere across a range of surfaces, our collection of acrylic paint for murals will uplift your premises and ensure you and your customers can enjoy the results.

Designs worthy of an art gallery with Viponds’best paint for murals

Whether you want to articulate your graphics with oversized shapes or small intricate details, having superior quality, easy-to-apply acrylic mural paint will make bringing your design to life as easy as possible. At Viponds, you’ll find a range of mural paints and finishes you can rely on. Choose from gleaming metallic pastes or experiment with a range of matt, low-sheen, artist’s gloss and gloss acrylic finishes and give your designs a tremendous vibrancy of colour and depth.

Carefully formulated and made in Australia, our interior and exterior paint for murals will effortlessly apply to most surfaces, maintaining their look so you can craft a design everyone can enjoy for years. If you have embellished your outside walls, consider applying mural protection with Ecoshield Clear. Guarding against graffiti and debris, you can protect your fresh new design and maintain a polished streetside appeal.

Wall mural painting

Creating a mural painting can be a daunting task at first, as there is so much more to consider than with a traditional painting done on canvas or any other surface. These considerations include:

  • Scale and image selection — Will it effectively translate to a large scale and look impressive?
  • Execution — How will you accurately transfer your mural design onto the designated surface?
  • Visibility and appearance from a distance — Is the image striking enough to justify becoming a wall mural painting?
  • Supplies — Do I have the appropriate mural paint and a suitable range of brushes?
  • Prep work — Have I primed the surface correctly?
  • Preservation — How can I protect the mural once finished?

Although it may seem overwhelming, there's no need to worry. At Viponds, we are here to assist and support you with all of those concerns and beyond. We are especially well-versed in the characteristics of different primers and paints for mural painting, and our team can provide all the materials and know-how you need to get off on the right foot.

Acrylic mural paint

Viponds artist's acrylic matt is our premium water-based acrylic paint for murals. It’s suitable for almost any purpose and is especially useful when it comes to mural painting. In fact, we believe it to be the best paint for wall murals.

Being water-based, acrylic is easier to use and blend than spirit or oil-based paints and will not take forever to dry. It can be layered to create the effect you desire and is significantly easier to clean up afterwards. Because acrylic paint dries with a plastic-like finish, it is conveniently water-resistant and durable.

We recommend combining your matt and gloss acrylic with our incredible acrylic glaze. Not only will it significantly extend the coverage of your acrylic mural paint, but it will also provide your completed mural design with an attractive sheen and give even more protection to the finished result.

Before you begin painting yourmural

Mural painting is a very different endeavour from almost any other painting style. And it’s important to understand that before you even start looking into paints for murals and any other specialised equipment you will need.

Before you even apply your first brushstroke to your mural, it’s essential to prepare the surface you will be painting. You may be fortunate to have a flat surface that will be easy to work with, but many murals exist on buildings with damaged brick walls and other uneven surfaces. Those artists had to plan their designs carefully beforehand and make artistic and practical adjustments according to the situation. It’s better to be over-prepared than to recklessly jump into the project too quickly and regret it afterwards.

Luckily, Viponds has created a range of acrylic mural paint suitable to be applied to almost any surface without issue. We also carry a range of primers, so you are good to go once your surface is sealed and ready to take paint.

Viponds’ promise to you

If you are considering taking on an acrylic paint mural project, Viponds is the first place to visit. We’re confident it will also be the last — since we have everything you need to do the job right, and we offer valuable advice from a crew of painting experts. With our years of experience and knowledge, there is simply nobody who can better help you to create your masterpiece.

Our products are of the highest quality and will not let you down when the time comes, and that’s something that we stand by proudly. We guarantee you will not be disappointed with the results.

Whenever you need help with customised materials and the best paint for murals, Viponds is the ultimate solution for recommendations and supply.

Shop the bestmural paint at Viponds

Invest in design and utilise the best paint for murals to uplift the look and feel of your space. At Viponds, we’re the leading supplier of premium painting materials to help you capture your designs in extraordinary detail. Whether you’re a painter, artist, signwriter or in need of specialised mural paint and other materials, the team at Viponds has you covered. To start experiencing the Viponds difference, shop online today or visit our network of stockists. Have a question? Review our factsheet, and if you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to reach out — our expert team will be happy to help with any queries.

Should you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us at 03 9688 3800 or email



What is wall mural painting?

A wall mural painting is a large-scale artwork or design painted directly onto a wall or surface. It can range from a simple pattern to a complex and detailed scene, often covering an entire wall or even a whole room. Wall mural paintings are a popular way to add a unique and personalised touch to a space and can be created in various styles and techniques to suit different preferences and themes.


What are the different types of murals?

Wall mural painting tends to be done in one of three types:

  • Acrylic paint mural
  • Gloss/enamel paint mural 
  • Spray paint mural

Using a spirit or oil-based paint will certainly give your finished mural some longevity, but the challenges hugely outweigh the benefits. It could be messy and uncomfortable to use, takes longer to dry and will make it much more difficult to clean your equipment and brushes afterwards.

A mural created using spray paint can be a joy to behold and is certainly an option if you have the skills to use cans of paint rather than brushes. In the hands of an expert, spray cans can be used to create some incredible effects, but it’s a very specific technique and not one that is easy to master without practice.

Acrylic paint blends effortlessly to create any colour you desire and is easier to work with and control in almost every way. As such, we strongly suggest you consider creating your mural using acrylic mural paint.


What are the techniques that can be used to create a mural?

There are various techniques you can use to create a mural, including:

  • Freehand painting — This involves painting the design or image directly onto the wall using brushes and/or spray paint.
  • Projecting and tracing — A projector is used to project the design onto the wall, which is then traced using pencils or markers. This technique is useful for larger and more complex designs.
  • Stencilling — Stencils can be used to create uniform patterns and designs that can be repeated easily. This technique involves placing a stencil onto the wall and applying paint over it.
  • Digital printing — This involves using a large format printer to create a design that is then applied to the wall, like wallpaper.

The choice of technique will depend on various factors such as the complexity of the design, the size of the mural and the available resources and materials.