The mural incorporates an urban rendering of the Trenton Health Teams logo. The mural brings together the concepts in the “Vision for Trenton”- Healthy Environment, Public Spaces, Growing Economy, Effective Education, Healthy Food, Improved safety, Equity, and Social Cohesion, Quality Healthcare. The mural depicts iconic images of the Trenton community. Key Features are the NJ State House, Trenton Battle Monument, and the sculpture “Men Working” by George Segal. Special Thanks to Greg Paulson and the Trenton Health Team.
So I was contacted by Nina from Jet.com to create a series of murals at their Burlington, NJ fulfillment center. This center ships different types of food and produce, so the main focus of the stairway mural was fruits and veggies. I tried to give the feeling of them splashing down the stairs. The next mural was the main wall in their cafeteria. The cafe already has an modern feel so I wanted to keep it with the corporate colors purple and grey. Really tried to have it look like the logo was bursting out of the wall. This mural was difficult because it is 20ft tall and there was a set of lockers with a 4-5ft space between them and the wall. Both murals were difficult to capture, but I am very please with the result.
We were recently contacted by a company based in Northeast Philadelphia “I Like Windows” to paint a logo in their office. After meeting with the client we found out that they were a window manufacturer and wanted the logo in their newly created office. The logo was difficult to replicate because it needed to be placed above a staircase. Once the logo was done we painted the other walls with abstract patterns and designs in grey scale and warm colors to emphasize the logo colors.
The client was so pleased with the office we came back and painted an old utility van. The van was parked in front of the location as advertisement for the business. Curb appeal is everything.
I knew Debbie Schaeffer from Mrs.G’s Appliances for a few years and we always talked about doing a collaborative event. So in 2011, she contacted me about painting a fridge at an Breast Cancer Awareness event in October. We did a contest in the local schools and had the finalists come out and paint their designs on refrigerators. The event was called “Paint Fridge Pink” . It was a great event and it was really fun working with the art students at her Lawrenceville, NJ store. This year we decided to revisit the idea. We had an event at her new location and broadcast it Live on Facebook. I focused on the theme Peace, Love, Cure . The fridge will be auctioned off to benefit Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Created this namesake mural on a shipping container for Lot 323- an urban garden/park with an industrial motif- an inviting area to gather, play, remotely work, relax and enjoy light fare and entertainment. A fun “Third-Space” that’s FREE for the public to enjoy as well as available, by reservation, for emerging artists and musicians, other arts and cultural organizations, schools and educational groups to promote their programs and engage their audiences. LOT 323 will be an open flow-through park monitored in part by the City of Woodbury Police Department. The space will be outfitted with furniture that is designed to be played with, painted, written and/or climbed on. The focal point of the area will include a performance stage, which will repurpose surrounding architectural elements.
Bale came to me and said that he had a mural project that he had a project for a church. So I met him one afternoon and we started driving. An hour and a half later we arrived in Downingtown. I just expected it to be local..hahaha. After talking with Mike Banka and Tony Brantzig from Hopewell UMC, Downingtown, PA . They told us they wanted us to paint a 50 ft container that was going to be shipped to South Africa full of supplies and installed and converted to a classroom. We were so excited! It was such a cool concept to have our work in South Africa. I always say that my art will travel places I never dreamed of. After submitting some sketches we were able to start painting. The way things were scheduled we wound up painting it on one of the hottest days of the Summer. We stayed hydrated and had a pop-up tent near by to save us from the scorching heat. We chose to do a warm and cool concept to really make the featured pieces pop. We had lots of fun playing with different patterns and designs. Houston we’ve landed!
About 5 years ago i was contacted by a party planner to do murals for a hip hop themed Bar Mitzvah. I created the pieces for the event at the Trenton War Memorial. In September 2015, I was contacted by a global advertising agency CDM (Cline Davis & Mann), to create graffiti-styled murals for their Los Angeles office. I was referred to them by the family that I created the murals for the Bar Mitzvah. Over the next few months we planned out the process and I took their ideas and did computer generated mock ups. In early December 2015, I flew to San Diego to start the project. I enlisted my good friend and fellow artist, Isaias Crow to help me with the project. I painted the murals at his outdoor studio in San Diego. I painted 2 murals which were made up of 5 panels. The science and imagination mural measured 12ft x 8ft. The mural represents the company’s declaration “We are fearless partners who combine science and imagination to create the exceptional”. I mixed letters with symbols to create an amazing mural that represents the company’s style and flair. The 7ft x 8ft dynamic abstract life guard stand pays homage to LA and the company’s proximity to some of the best beaches in the world.