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The Cat Cafe; 472 Third Ave, San Diego, CA 92101

The Cat Cafe in the heart of downtown San Diego has the best of both worlds: coffee and cats! The owner partners with local shelters to bring in cats which can be adopted directly from the cafe by patrons. They’ve found homes for hundreds of cats since opening just a couple years ago and I was honored to be able to give the place some more love and life with this fun and whimsical mural. Go visit if you’re in the area! http://www.catcafesd.com

The Cat Cafe San Diego mural, completed in 2015, helps draw patrons to this awesome cafe full of adoptable cats!

The Cat Cafe San Diego mural, completed in 2015, helps draw patrons to this awesome cafe full of adoptable cats! 472 Third Ave, San Diego, CA 92101

Warehouse and Store Front; San Marcos, CA

The mural was commissioned by a motorcycle parts shop in San Marcos, California. While the business functions primarily as an online retailer, the owners wanted to create a welcoming shop space to begin bringing in more foot traffic to the warehouse location. The glass doors on the right side of the first picture are the main entrance to the shop, where the mural is located. The door at the back of the picture leads into the warehouse, with a hallway to the left just before the door where the company has its offices.

A panoramic photo of the finished mural of Route 66 for this online motorcycle parts shop.

This panoramic photo is the best example of the full, finished mural.

staging, shop, bike, finished mural, bright colors, sunset

This is the finished right side of the mural with one of the store’s classic Kawasaki’s staged at the entrance. As you can see, one of the many reasons for the use of bright colors.

finished mural, hand painted, Kawasaki, Z1, desert, sunset, dormant tree

This is the finished left wall, featuring a wrap around of the sunset and desert theme. I depicted a dormant tree with a classic Kawasaki Z1 parked underneath.

This "billboard" along the road served as an advertising tool within the shop, featuring the business name, while fitting with the theme of the desert road.

This “billboard” along the road served as an advertising tool within the shop, featuring the business name, while fitting with the theme of the desert road.

wall painting, desert backdrop, kawasaki, Z1, mural

This is the first large scale classic I painted. It was done on the wall of the motorcycle parts shop against the desert sand underneath a dormant tree.

 

This was a small, 6"x8" bike I painted on the bottom of the mural billboard.

This was a small, 6″x8″ bike I painted on the bottom of the mural billboard.

miniature, painting, classic, motorcycle, mural, art

This was a small, 6″x8″ bike I painted on the bottom of the mural billboard.

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