I've really enjoyed the project of designing and creating the interior of Slamburger Restaurant in Petaluma, California. The owner wanted to convey that they use local organic ingredients with sustainability in mind, and I was given the logo and color scheme that had already been created. I designed and painted the large 11'x13' mural on the side wall with the logo as the focal point. This mural represents a 'local factory', bringing in touches of Sonoma County, the wine country, and San Francisco in simplistic but eye-catching way. The continuous lines throughout the image are like an interconnected maze, conveying a sense of community and gathering. The fake grass wall 'grass fed' (cheesy?) is surrounded by reclaimed fencing wood that I stained and staggered into a pattern, then designed and painted the white wording and images on top. The same reclaimed wood is used on the face of the bar, ordering area, and back wall. The light colored porcelain flooring with the white quartz countertops were chosen specifically to play off the pop of white in the mural, and the dark stained wood of the dining tables echoes the dark brown in the logo, which is also carries onto the side walls for more contrast. I created seven bold paintings on canvas to line the wall in the hallway, pulling in the menu items in a fun and charismatic way. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to do this project and loved the 'free range', for the most part, to design such an incredible space with AMAZING food and a WONDERFUL VIBE!