Monday, November 21, 2016
I had my first experience navigating Jefferson Parish bureacracy in the form of applying for a variance and permits for these two signs. I used a boom to reach the area above the awning, and used thick upholstery foam and plywood to level out a shelf on top of the awning to prevent myself from slipping. I also wore a harness to try and prevent myself from being hurt if I did somehow slip. ...Another satisfied customer!
Thursday, November 3, 2016
I did this portrait of Bennie Ratliff, a Mardi Gras Indian who is wheelchair-bound, in the hopes he can use it to make posters and fans to add to his income. He is a great guy- very inspiring and determined through all the adversity!
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Saturday, August 13, 2016
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Max Bernardi Murals & More, LLC just completed an exterior signage mural on Julia Street for "World of Beer" just in time for White Linen Night, 2016. They probably would have sold a lot of beer without it, but I'm sure they were slammin' with this this new addition to their street presence!
Monday, April 4, 2016
I had the honor of repainting the Trojan Horse for Orpheus this year, and knocked it out in 5 days. The wood graining was lots of fun! They were going for a mahogany look, though not too dark (it depends on how it is stained), which has many potential woodgraining patterns. It is now additionally covered with fiber-optic coated shields and rope lights, to mention a few!