Facebook approached us in 2015 to create a new 64′ long mural for a new floor they added to their office. Located in downtown Austin, TX this mural was painted off site and installed in one evening. This allowed the office to work without interruption while the mural was being produced, and get a fun […]
The good folks at High 5 bowling and entertainment center contacted us for a feature mural at their business. They liked the original Austin mural painted by Rory Skagen in 2007. To keep it original, Rory designed a new Austin mural design to set their business apart.
My friend, renowned neon artist Todd Sanders, asked me to collaborate on The people’s pool hall sign. So, I painted Chairman Mao according to his design. It was fun to collaborate with such a great artist.
These panels were created for the 360 Condominiums in Austin, TX. Panels are a great way to cover the walls without the cost of on site painting. Also, they can be removed after relocation and be used elsewhere.
Flosports contacted us to update some of their outdoor signage and ad some flare to a huge wall in their interior.
This 6′ x 4′ painting was designed and painted as an illustration for the publication, Life and Letters. After finishing the painting a high resolution photo was taken and scanned. This photo was then used by the magazine to illustrate their articale, The End of Austin. This painting is available for purchase. $3000.00
This 4′ x 4′ painting was commissioned by Marcia Ball in 2014 for a CD cover for her album the “Tattooed Lady and the Alligator Man”. After discussing the theme the image was designed, approved and then painted. This painting is available for purchase. $2000.00
Gensler architects came to Rory Skagen looking for a mural for NVIDIA’s lunch room for their new headquarters in Austin, TX. For this 33′ long mural, Rory created a shallow wood framing device spelling out “Austin” which frames painted versions of NVIDIA fan art.
This 20′ x 31′ mural was done for a new theatre in Duluth, Minnesota.
These three 5′ x 12′ paintings on panel were painted for the Mellow Mushroom, a pizza restaurant near the University of Texas, in Austin, TX. The art director for this chain of restaurants, approached us for something different. We showed him examples of other monster paintings we have done and he then had us create three […]
Gensler, an architecture firm, was remodeling two stories of the Chase building in downtown Austin for their client, RGM Advisors (an investment bank). They had seen our “Good Morning Austin” mural” on 5th street, and came to us to design a mural which would be placed in the lounge dining area of the building. They knew […]
This 33′ long space mural was created for the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library and Museum. According to the astronauts that had been to the moon, no stars could be seen due to the reflected light on the moon’s surface. We helped with several of the museums exhibits and was part of the Museum’s To […]
This 4.5′ by 84′ mural was designed for a New York-style deli in Austin, Texas. The color scheme was chosen to match the rest of the decor in the restaurant, including tile and furniture. The graphic imagery and striking, but subtle palette, make the mural commanding, but not overpowering. The owners called us just a […]
This newly opened eatery on Austin’s famed South Congress Avenue contacted Blue Genie to create a feature mural to complement their truly unique decor. This 9′ tall by 32′ long mural was created after an extensive design phase at our shop on 4′ x 8′ panels. The owners wanted a mural that looked like an […]
The incredible guys at roosterteeth.com asked us to design and create this mural about consumerism and politics for their new office in downtown Austin. The 8′ x 32′ mural was painted on 8 panels and installed at their location. The Latin phrase above the mural reads Laboris Voro Ingemino, which roughly translated means: “work hard, consume, continue […]
This mural was painted for tennis champion, Andy Roddick. Andy wanted an inspirational mural for his home gym. Andy’s interior decorator, Sandy Senter, called us, and after consultation and a design stage, this was the mural decided upon. The mural includes Andy’s personal heroes, his foundation logo, and personal slogans. For an even more personal […]
Dimensions: 5′ x 9′ The Schlotzsky’s Deli Sandwich murals — commissioned by Schlotzsky’s and featured in their sandwich shops. We painted seventeen of these in locations throughout the nation.
This 11 ft. long cow and 12 ft. long Cowboy are part of an interior that included a mural on all four walls of one of G.S.D. & M.’s tower rooms. This is just one of the many pieces we did for their truly unique building.
This 8′ x 8′ mural was created for Camp Bow Wow, a new kennel in Round Rock, TX. The owners of this business wanted dogs playing in a camp area with a view of Austin, TX in the background. For fun, we added portraits of their own dogs at either side of the mural. To […]
The Shady Grove restaurant people called us to create a mural for one of the examination rooms at Dell Children’s Medical Center. They wanted a stencil and spray paint mural featuring some icons from the restaurant. We designed and painted this cheerful mural in record time before the Medical Center’s grand opening.
This cut out was made for a annual party involving food and wine.
This mural based on an old Italian poster, was painted for the Fresh Planet restaurant in Austin, Texas.
After their initial success, the people at Home Slice Pizza opened a second take out business in the building next to their original location. Since we had done the mural for the original location, they called us with this concept for their second restaurant.
This 12′ x 16′ canvas stage back drop was designed and painted for events thrown at Blue Genie Art. The unusual motif was inspired by liquor labels, and 19th century American artists.