Larger than life.
From giant skulls to Captain Morgan statues, below is an array of murals and various objects I've painted on and around Austin, Tx. I utilize aerosol and paint to create these. It’s been a lot of fun fun fun.
BRIGGO Mural + Assets - Located at their Austin Headquarters
Commissioned to bring the Briggo culture into visual life, this mural was designed to showcase the journey that their coffee takes to get to the cup you drink. The center focus is the part of the robotic unit that opens and delivers your drink to you. The right side was designed to have those Austin vibes. Along with the main mural, I painted the core values of the company on moveable die-cut Briggo cups, and then painted the team goals in the break room for that polite daily reminder.
El Jimador Dia De Los Muertos Event @ Native Hostel 2017
One of my favorite live pieces to work on, this skull was an interesting challenge and chance to practice newer techniques. When I was shown the blank version, I knew instantly I wanted to do a very bright fade on it. Also, with the size of extra space on the back of the skull, I decided to add some unique flavor by adding some green brainsss.
ACL 2018 Barrel -
Hope Outdoor Gallery
Anyone who’s attended Austin City Limits Music Festival knows the importance they place on recycling. Hope commissioned multiple artist to paint these barrels that were placed around the park. We also designed a themed illustration for print on shirts and LIVE drew onsite with a second artist during one day at the festival.
Crux Climbing Gym Mural
As a climber myself, this piece had an added element of fun. Female climbers are super strong people and I wanted to represent that power and confidence through attitude. The tape on the hands she's chalking up just adds to the toughness. At 15' tall she's also looking down on everyone like a boss.
ICU ART - Promo mural
ICU Art is a professional mural company out of California. During an advertising conference, they hired me and Mez One to paint on 6th Street Austin, Tx. It's roughly 12'x12' next to Daruma. I really enjoyed taking one of my digital pieces and going big with it.