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Posts tagged “modern art

ECKLER installation piece.


This is the completed piece.
Canvas and mural combined. Killer concept.
The I.T. department requested the number 127.0.0.1 be added (“localhost” or “home”).
I blew right through the glass wall into the adjacent room.

Mixed media.

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Canvas for Alex’s room.


Winnie the Pooh and friends. Commission for client.
48″x48″
Mixed media
• Latex
• Spray Paint
• Acrylic
• India Ink
• Epoxy Resin

Blue Skulls


• 42″x42″ on canvas
• Latex
• Spray Paint
• Paint Marker

Check out the contrasting HOT PINK edge down the left side!


Armoire for Chatelaine Magazine, March 2012 issue.


Armoire paint job commissioned by Malcolm Patterson (possibly one of my coolest clients) for a Chatelaine Magazine photo shoot, published in the March 2012 issue.

I enjoy how the graphic work tends to hide the architectural elements of the actual structure.

Spray paint and paint marker.

As seen on Cityline.
http://video.citytv.com/video/detail/1458835278001.000000/Four-Different-Armoires/

and Canada AM. (Skip along to the 17:15 mark)
http://www.ctv.ca/canadaAMPlayer/index.html?video=629321


Untitled, yet sold.


Mixed media.

• 72″x54″ canvas
• Latex
• Spray paint
• Epoxy resin


Starbucks urban murals.


Starbucks locations in Toronto’s downtown core.

• Cumberland & Bay • Bloor & Bedford • Wellington & Simcoe


Holt Renfrew -Spring display windows.


I started this project by painting an internal wall on the third floor, followed by seventy feet of the same graphic for five third floor displays, then I painted twelve canvases which were on display on the main floor in the “Accessories” department as well as the two display windows down on the concourse level. Next up were the two main floor alcoves, which are located either side of the store towards the back, all the above mentioned work was done during six weeknight evenings and over two weekends. The windows, I only had one week to complete these, so I did one each night, first two were the big ones, forty feet across (either side of the front main doors, working my way across to the West, towards Bay Street.

These windows won an “Award of Merit” with the VMSD.

I was totally exhausted, yet extremely thrilled at the outcome of this project.

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