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PYSE Blockbusts-up in Beverly

Beverly, June 2015

Beverly, June 2015

 

Beverly, June 2015

Beverly, June 2015

…Sometimes being a professional house-painter by day has its advantages. This Blockbuster was painted entirely with a 9” roller, a 3” roller, and a 16′ roller-pole. PYSE also has a seemingly endless supply of acrylic house-paint, this one features a fill-in with the finest Benjamin Moore ‘Regal Select Interior’ Matte-Finish “Abalone Grey”, and an outline in Ben Moore ‘Ultra-Spec 500 Interior’ Flat-Finish “Deep Royal”. Anything less would be uncivilized.

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Pyse makes his Triumphant Return to the North Shore.

Beverly, MA, May 2015

Beverly, MA, May 2015

Beverly, MA, May 2015

Beverly, MA, May 2015

Beverly, MA 2015

Beverly, MA 2015

Beverly, MA, May 2015

Beverly, MA, May 2015

Pyse117 celebrates his healthy, happy, and safe return to the North Shore of Massachusetts with a fresh Burner and a big Welcome-home to inexplicable, irrepressible, unemployable Talerock86. This little beauty features a deep-mauve-to-flat-black fill-in with an Easter-yellow (Montana Goldline) outline, Dayz-yellow (Plutonium) 3-d, and highlights in Madrid-red (MTN Hardcore). The theme here is the successful navigation of an asteroid field painted in Barcelona-blue (MTN 94). Still sizzling from the strength of the Florida sun, Pyse cools out in the frigid darkness and peaceful isolation of his home-nebula in the deep-space-Cape.


Painting the Dogtown Red

Danny’s new Custom Mural for Dogtown Daycare & Boarding, Lexington, KY!

Lexington, KY Spring 2015

Lexington, KY Spring 2015

Lexington, KY Spring 2015

Lexington, KY Spring 2015

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Dogtown Daycare owner Tiffany Morrow has commissioned a brand new exterior mural from Journeyman Artist Danny Diamond. The artwork depicts a futuristic motif of her customers as copper-chromed androids delivering their pups to Dogtown. Lexington’s silhouetted skyline and a warm pink and orange Kentucky sunset make up the background which is highlighted by Downtown Lexington’s landmark skyscraper “Big Blue”.