This third exterior mural is intended to serve as a billboard and shows the excitement within the park. This more graphic depiction of birds and reptiles breaking through the wall provides a popular photo-op for park guests as they sidle under the snake.
The center segment of the west-facing entryway features a gator nest with eggs, hatched babies and a watchful mama gator. Also in view is a myriad of birds and the rookery tower, a noted attraction inside the park.
Our first and, at 28ʻX40ʼ, largest exterior mural at Gatorland is a bucolic landscape on the northern-most segment of the west-facing wall behind the iconic jaws entryway. The scene is intended to provide a preview of the wildlife and landscape within the park.
The two mural backgrounds for the white gator exhibits were painted off-site on wooden panels and installed when complete. (The gators had already taken up residence in their new habitat!)
The 50ʼ-long scene shows a sunrise; the 40ʼ-long scene is at dusk. Both murals are peppered with birds, bunnies, deer, and a wide variety of other swamp-dwelling critters.
To celebrate the history and illustrate the unique facilities of one of Floridaʼs oldest theme parks, we designed the south exterior wall signage in a style consistent with its message. Each of the vignettes within the letters depicts a feature, show, or ride within the park.
Located in Daytona Beachʼs Ocean Walk Shoppes, this landscape mural mirrors the beach beyond the building and features the iconic logo of Papa Hemingwayʼs favorite drinking spot, the original Sloppy Joeʼs in Key West.
This mural, a painted image of ourselves painting, served as the signage for our former studio at Mills and Nebraska in Orlando.This trompe lʼoeil misled many passers by who tried to hold conversation with the painted figures!
This graphic mountainscape in a residential courtyard reflects the clean lines of the modern house.
One of our early projects, this 24ʼ flag in St. Augustine, FL won a local award for most patriotic display, post 9/11.