A friend of mine asked if I could paint a mural for his son on his bedroom wall, in their new home which they had just moved into and of course, I was delighted to take up the offer!
The mural is of the children's favourite TV star, Bing bunny and his friends and it was painted using spray paint and acrylic paint.
The whole mural took around 20 hours to complete but you can watch how it all comes together in just minutes in my time lapse video to the right.
A special thank you to Dean & Gintare Knight
for the opportunity and for treating me like an absolute king while I was working!
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I was delighted to be asked to design this mural for The Bognor Regis Swimming Club at The Arena, to celebrate their 50th year anniversary!
The swimming club asked for the design to be fun, colourful and to appeal to the children. Swimming needed to be incorporated into the design and the Bognor Regis swimming club's emblem and established date to be included as well.
The mural was painted using spray paint, acrylic paint pens and acrylic paint. The mural took around 30 hours to complete but you can watch the whole thing come together in just 2.30 minutes by viewing the video to the right.
The club were so delighted with their new mural that they decided to contact their local papers, The Bognor Observer and The Chichester Observer. Click on the picture below to view the full article.
Muralist Thomas Rogers is available for commissioned mural paintings in a wide-range of styles and techniques all around West Sussex, United Kingdom and globally.
Whatever your project or assignment, using my experience, expertise and creative vision, sit back and watch my creativity run free as I bring your ideas to life and transform your wall into something magical!
Starting with the your initial ideas and concepts, the artist will work in close liaison with you to create a rough design sketch for your mural that you are completely satisfied with before starting any artwork on your wall.
Prices vary depending on the complexity of the design, materials used and the mural size. Please Contact me to discuss your ideas and requirements, I can then provide you with a rough estimate of the costs.
For more information on how to commission a mural painting or for any other further questions, please visit the FAQ page.
I was asked to paint a mural as a surprise for one lucky boy, Ralphy, who is a HUGE Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan!
While he was out, the four Ninja Turtles were painted onto one feature wall of his bedroom, with some city buildings in the background to bring the whole image together and add that finishing touch.
The mural was painted using spray paint and acrylic paint. The mural took around 13 hours and was completed in one day, just in time for Ralphy to return home to his new cool bedroom!
Why not watch the time lapse video to the right and see the project come together step by step.
Street art combined with bold graffiti lettering and vibrant colours really took the owners requirements above and beyond their expectations. They were so pleased with the results in fact, they decided to contact and invite their local newspaper, The Chichester Observer to hear their story.
See below for the full article.
Using Frisket film, I created a selection of custom made stencils in various designs of butterflies. My intentions were to add charm, elegance and character to one feature wall of a young girls bedroom, using colours to match the interior.
Once the stencils were applied to the wall, using spray paint, I faded 4-5 shades of pink together to produce a gradual contrast from light to dark pink.
Take a look at the time lapse video to the right, to watch the whole project for yourself.
Gareth and Shaun from e2 hair gave me the opportunity to revamp their hair dressers in Selsey. They commissioned me to give the shop a make over to match their urban interior. The brief was simple; "We want some graffiti art. Bold and in your face. Funky colours and a Union Jack somewhere in there too. The rest we will leave to your creative imagination, go wild!"
I was commissioned to paint a graffiti mural for a teenagers bedroom. The design was to include the name Connor in graffiti writing, with a character holding a spray can.
The mural was completed in one day, taking around 8-9 hours in total. To the right, you can watch it all come together in under 3 minutes in a time lapse video that I have created.
The mural was painted using Montana
Gold spray paint and Posca and
Molotow acyrlic paint pens.
Special thanks to Stacey Melin and her
family for the opportunity.
e2 Hair Mural