Need a good painter? This guy should qualify!

20 12 2009


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Before photo – 
typical concrete & stucco facade
 

The wall starts to take on a 
3-dimensional appearance.
 

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Eric in his element, 30′ off the ground. 

He does most of the artwork by himself
& researches, paints and designs each 
project from scratch. 


His wife Kathy, also an artist,
serves as project manager. 

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After photo –
 
Finished product
 

– MORE BELOW!
 

Here are some more examples of Eric’s projects…

Great American Crossroad – 
Bucyrus, Ohio
 

Before photo – 

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After photo 


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Liberty
 Remembers 

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Before photo
 

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After photo…
 

hard to believe you’re looking
 
at a flat 2-dimensional wall.
 


How to dress up a
drab Shopping Mall
– Niagara, New York
 

Before photo…
 

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After photo…
 

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also look at the close-up of left side and middle
 

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(I wonder how many birds fly
into this wall on a daily basis??)
 

Indoor Murals 

Miller Brewery…
 

Hallway
 

Before

– Miller Fermenting Rooms
 

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After photos… 

– Past meets Present in the Miller Brewery Fermenting Rooms. 

Hooks, clipboards and aprons were added 
to the surface of the murals to enhance the illusion

You’re looking at flat walls! 

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Detail view looking down
 
the illusional hallway in the previous mural.
 

SIMPLY AMAZING, ISN’T IT? 

I wonder how many people walk into the walls, 
while trying to go down a hallway that does not exist!

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