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Indoor painting/mural I did for the Denver Bicycle Cafe. I was fortunate enough to do such a large project for the business. Simple and abstract … Read More
Indoor painting/mural I did for the Denver Bicycle Cafe. I was fortunate enough to do such a large project for the business. Simple and abstract - I wanted it to mimic the indoor architecture. Also, like most of my work, geometry plays a large role in its movement from panel to panel. Using a limited color palette and an open-ended creative process, this was the final result. This was painted on four 4' x 8' plywood boards with a mix of acrylic paint, sharpie, spray paint, and poster paint. Read Less
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Indoor painting/mural I did for the Denver Bicycle Cafe. I was fortunate enough to do such a large project for the business. Simple and abstract - I wanted it to mimic the indoor architecture. Also, like most of my work, geometry plays a large role in its movement from panel to panel. Using a limited color palette and an open-ended creative process, this was the final result. Shout out to my friend Chris Feagle for the help!

This was painted on four 4' x 8' plywood boards with a mix of acrylic paint, sharpie, spray paint, and poster paint.
Photo courtesy of Jake Belvin. More of his work at www.jakebelvin.com