FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY.

Before consumers consume, things have to be designed and planned. This is some of the stuff I’ve worked on.

 
 

SXSW 2019 - Facebook ArtHouse Experience Mural @ Native Hostels

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17 Total artists were commissioned to each paint a 9’ x 16’ sliver of the Native I-35 facing wall. The theme of the pieces were “art fosters empathy and compassion”. My piece represents a simplified concept of this through thinking of and giving to others. I often use bright loud colors because they portray a mood to brighten whomever is viewing the work. My piece included colorful, but non-skin tonal, hands painting a small heart that would be gifted to someone else. The different color hands indicate multiple people working together.


BRIGGO Mural + Assets - Located at their Austin Headquarters

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Die-cut Painted Cups with Briggo Core Values

Flat Full Picture of the Approx. 20’x12’ Wall

Team Briggo Goals Painted In Their Break Room

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.


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

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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.


 

Gallery of “Get-Ups”

 
 

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