After the success of the first mural painted for them, HEB’s art director Kenny Duggin contacted Rory in May of 2011. They decided they wanted another mural on one of their stores that was being redecorated. Kenny was interested in one of Rory’s fine art paintings, The Narrative, as a point of inspiration. In this [...]
This playful mural was commissioned by the architect Hugh Randolph for the outside of his downtown office.
Brandon and Kat Petrie wanted to update the theme on their vendor wagon. I designed the new look for their trailer and a vinyl company was hired to apply the design. These photos show the two trailers and the client mock up design for the Sugar Barn.
This mural, painted 10 feet tall and 20 feet wide on the side of Roadhouse Relics, has garnered a considerable amount of attention. Countless Christmas cards (bottom photo), band photos and local magazines have used this as a backdrop. It can also can be seen on the back cover of a coffee table book about Austin, and [...]
The owners of this small store called looking for something that fit the mood of their interior and the merchandise they sold. They were delighted by the results.
These cut out murals were part of a bigger holiday decor program for The Gaylord Resort in Dallas, Texas.
After a lengthy design process, we hit upon this Lotus flower concept. The building located in San Marcos, Texas, has locations for three separate businesses. We also provided the owner with different sign concepts that would fit with the mural as tenants lease the building.
These colorful pieces were commissioned by the McBee family to decorate the exterior and foyer of the elementary school named in their honor. Each piece was designed to add some sophisticated fun to the buildings atmosphere.
This freestanding interactive mural drew a lot of attention at the Austin Fine Arts Festival. Especially since people could actually draw on it!
This mural was painted in homage to Kenneth Threadgill the inspiration behind Threadgill’s Restaurant.
A uniquely rendered Jack Nicholson from the movie “The Shining” and a Mexican wrestler are the highlights of the outside decor on this business.
Styled after an old fashioned coffee logo, this mural looks as if it’s been there for decades. This kind of faux weathering technique can add a charming authenticity to your project.
These murals were created for Casino El Camino in Austin, Texas. These Aztec-themed murals dress up the back and side walls of the patio area. Painted with high-quality sign paint, these murals are sure to last.
This upbeat 20′ x 30′ mural was created using a boom lift. By using the right equipment a mural this scale took only 3 days to paint.
To celebrate their 50th anniversary at this location on Oltorf Rd. and Congress Ave. in Austin, Texas, H-E-B supermarket had us paint this 30 foot long mural on the side of their building. Included in the design is an idealized representation of the Skyline of Austin, and a bat . . . the unofficial city [...]
The people at Milk Shake Media designed a new exterior look for the Austin Children’s Museum. The Museum then called on us to execute this really fun design.
The people from corporate contacted us about their new location in Austin, TX. This hip yoga attire shop wanted something “Austin” for their new location. We talked about several possibilities, and they brought up their list of company/life slogans. At that point, after they picked the slogans they wanted, we created this design. Then, after [...]