Sans Souci means Without worry; carefree.
What could be more carefree than dandelion seeds being dispersed by a young child?
This community mural was created for the Sans Souci neighborhood. It’s Located on the side of the Velo Valets bike shop which is owned by the power couple Sarah and Carlo Franco.
not too long ago i did a thing for a thing and yeah, if you wanna know.. it was flippin awesome
Where Birds Fly South and Lions Roar, this awesome sign was commissioned prior to the building being the epic destination that it is. Currently home to awesome tacos, killer coffee and a cache of artists to boot Hampton Station is where it’s at.
Oh yeah, and I can’t take credit for the design.. that comes from local creative gangster Chris Koelle.
Had the distinct opportunity to make a giant piece of art for a super awesome family, who operate an amazing, funky, delicious brewery here in town.
I loved making this painting. i love drinking their beer.
This piece of public art is located inside an unused dumpster enclosure at Palmetto Family Orthodontics off Verdae Blvd.
“You put the “i” in Smile” is a forced perspective photo opportunity for the public to enjoy. You don’t have to have braces or a retainer to get inside there and SMILE! Make sure to tag #pfofamily and #blankcanvasmuralco on Instagram
Dr’s Watson and Caldwell are some stand up dudes and were amazing to work for.
One of my earlier works located on the pool deck of One Miami Condominium in Downtown Miami. If you were to flip this painting vertically and then horizontally you would see the words “onemiami” hidden in the curves.
This mural was created for the City of Greenville as a dedication to it’s rich history in the textile industry.
Located in Columbia, SC this piece took a total of 8 hours and was finished in the middle of the night ahead of an insane rainstorm that lasted 3 days. #hustle
Sometimes you have a conversation with someone that you know will lead to great things.
After a few phone calls and coffee date with Dan Harding, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Architecture Programs at Clemson University, I was invited to keynote at the Community Built Association conference in Charleston, SC.
There aren’t enough words to describe the experience of working with Clemson’s architecture department to create this acoustic stage that was used for a performance of Dante’s “A New Life” presented during the conference.
The piece was designed and built at Clemson and then reassembled in Charleston at the conference, painted onsite by participating guests during the weeks boot camp.
The end result was nothing short of amazing.
Had the pleasure of creating this landscape of Greenville for a Facebook Community Boost event that happened in town.
The piece was painted on 3 separate 4’x8’ panels that were stiched together onsite. The painting itself was completed in the 2 days ahead of the event and final touches were applied onsite the day of.
From time to time I get the chance to work on signs, they are technical, challenging and a great break from the expressive nature of mural painting.
It’s important for my creative growth to pursue work that pushes my boundaries.