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wall graphics

Wall graphics, murals—whatever you call them, I'm in. I love the immersive scale that allows me to tell a story in multiple directions, from multiple perspectives. I want people to see new things in the image years after it’s been installed.

For a deeper dive into the process, see the case studies below the gallery.

mural gallery

Click on an image for a description and a closer look.

Sax Motor Co. case study

Sax Motor Co. has been selling cars in western North Dakota since 1923. For their centennial celebration, I created a series of murals that honors the deep connection Sax shares with the landscape and clientele they’ve served for a century.

Click the image to see the full project.

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Rockwell Automation case study

This massive two-mural project for an industrial legend was a true collaboration between the designer, the client, and me. The case study includes process and outtakes as well as the finished work. Turns out it's kind of fun to see how the visual sausage gets made.

Click the image for an in-depth look at the two-mural project, including source images and outtakes.

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Henricksen case study

This lobby mural for Henricksen's Brookfield, WI office serves dual purpose, as an interactive focal point and an example of how art can be an engaging storyteller.

Click the image to see the full project.

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Sacred Hearts case study

This donor wall mural graces the entrance of a building addition to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary School. The existing school and church were a muralist’s dream—rich visual imagery everywhere I turned.

Click the image to see the full project.

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EVCO case study

A family-owned manufacturing company welcomes visitors to their new headquarters with an exuberant mural that celebrates their people, processes, and products through the decades.

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MATC case study

This three-mural project spans three floors of a downtown technical college. The color scheme was dictated by the interior designer, and to this day it's one of my favorite palettes.

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