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Posts tagged “skulls

Vans Hi-Standard Series, Mount St. Louis-Moonstone 2014 event.


Commissioned to design and paint artwork for a massive (easily size 22) Vans® shoe, live at the Vans® Hi-Standard Series 2014 event/Ontario.

During this event, Vans® gave out 10 blank pairs of shoes complete with coloured markers to contestants in the base lodge of Mt. St. Louis-Moonstone. Their task was to decorate these shoes however they saw fit, I was there as inspiration, drawing and painting on the massive model shoe. At the end of the event my shoe, now completed was awarded to one of the participants in a random draw. The lucky guy was super stoked (both he and his dad were extremely grateful people). Ten minutes after winning his prize shoe he posted it up on Instagram for all to see (photo attached).

The event follow up promotional video.

Here’s the finished product at the end of the day.

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Renée’s Hockey Equipment.


Custom painted hockey equipment for a young lady’s first ever hockey season.ImageImage


Parkdale Sound Barrier Wall


I was provided the awesome opportunity to participate by painting on Canada’s largest graffiti wall.

More to come on this description.

Final piece.Big colour.

Final piece.
Big colour.


Red Skulls


1 Shot sign painter’s enamel airbrushed onto canvas
• Epoxy Resin clear coat

This piece was murder to photograph.


Blue Skulls


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

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


Renée’s bedroom.


A surprise birthday present for a six year old girl. She wanted butterflies, she got pink skulls with pigtails.

Spray paint and latex.


Kreater Custom Motorcycles


Kreater Custom Motorcycles 50′ x 17′ wall mural.
Summer 2010 “Beach Bash” party. Live bands, bikini contest, motorbikes, cars, burnouts, booze and booths.

Live tattoos performed by “To Fast Too Live Tattoos”

Live graffiti performed by =DUDEMAN=.
Got busy after the event and did not get back to work on this mural before the cold weather hit for winter. Mild temperatures toward the end of March 2011 rewarded me with the opportunity to complete this mural, only to find out that Kreater Custom Motorcycles is moving at the end of the month to their new location.

You can’t win them all …but you can do one hell of a job whilst you’re there.