Bricks, a shipping container mural for Powers Construction

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One of the most fun projects I’ve worked on this year so far. A commissioned piece on the side of a shipping container located right across from my studio at 1000 Parker in East Vancouver. This piece called ‘Bricks’ is for Powers Construction.

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The project came in fast and furious but I still took the job since I have a soft spot for murals and especially when I get to go shopping for new paints!

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Big thanks to my wife Denise and my friend Kenji for assisting me. Could not have done this without their help. This piece was done in 2 full days using Montana Gold spray paint, Frog Tape and DTM paint. Primed with two layers as base coat prior to painting. The approved art concept was executed freehand. No projectors or grids used to execute.