Recent hand-painted school mural project at Los Cerritos Middle School in Thousand Oaks, CA (near Los Angeles). It’s impact is undeniable!
First, detail photos are shown below. It was so hard to show the whole thing in one photo that I merged the detail photos into one in Photoshop, in the last photo.
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Gym graphics were the project at hand recently – this time, all four interior walls of this gym at Claremont High School in Los Angeles County, CA. Our design included shadowy wolves staring down this school’s sports competition!
First, photos of the finished product. Then, some progress photos below.
This old gym had existing graphics that were painted around 2007. These photos show how the old graphics began disappearing under new paint:
Next: the focal point, which I ended up calling “Wolf Hill”:
Note the conduits / ducts that were unavoidable. My job is to make them disappear! Painting over these with care to continue the lines of the surrounding graphics requires an enormous amount of extra work to do, but the result is they “disappear” in the final product.
It started, as always, with a design drawing (below). It ended with more than 15 gallons of paint applied with much care to the school gym walls. Everyone was happy to see the final product – another successful gym graphics school pride project!