New Beer Zombies mural, went out to Riverside CA to visit the good friends at Beer Farm. Beer Farm is located in the soon to be open Riverside Food Lab, a communal food hall featuring 14 artisanal eateries and bars – a culinary showcase that connects Riverside’s agricultural roots with the latest trends in foodie culture. Established restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs will share a state-of-the-art communal space that celebrates the impressive range of Riverside’s diverse cuisines.
Be sure to stop in for a beer and let them know how you like the art!
Love doing these types of murals, 10 x 12 wall in the new Le Thai restaurant here in Las Vegas. Had pretty much complete creative control on this one with the instructions to make it colorful, fun and reflect Taiwan.
Had the honor and pleasure of doing a Beer Zombies mural inside the Alesmith tasting room. Such a fun day mingling with the staff, patrons and even the owner himself Peter Zien! If anybody that owns a bar, brewery or other venue that would like to have a Beer Zombies mural please email me at BeerZombies1@hotmail.com.
The now closed space was once a street art inspired restaurant and bar inside the Venetian Casino on the Las Vegas strip. It was co owned by Chef Sammy D and HGTV’s Antonio Ballatore. My work was in the hallways where I did a zombie themed wheat paste collage.
Once again a unique blank canvas’ was given to me. This time a 500 pound grey statue was dropped off to me with the instructions “make it look like its been left out and vandalized”. I ended up breaking the hands and using a very old recipe i found online using lime salt to white wash it. Then went to town with paint pens and sharpies, the coolest part was we moved the statue into a busy are and left pens for people to add to it. A crane was used to hoist the statue to its resting place about 12 feet off the ground.
I’m a huge fan of unique canvas’ this one was for sure a first. Was asked to make an ATM machine look interesting.The ATM was going into a craft cocktail bar so i played along the theme of the place. Ended up painting it and adding texture to the surface with sand and glue. Finished it off with some prohibition wheat paste and paints.
This was a pretty fun challenge. the owner of the bar wanted to hide the walk in cooler doors from the bar guests so this is what I came up with. I redid the design a few months later to match the theme of the bar a little better.