It was exciting to participate in the giant production that is Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival again this year. I painted these archways(fabricated and installed by Gary Musick Company and Madefirst) that were used in the comedy tent at Bonnaroo 2012.
This Tuesday, June 5, Steve Winwood and Bob Babbit will get their stars on the Music City Walk of Fame. 615 Design completed the finish work on these monuments to the music industry: polishing, painting, and finishing the stones. Come see the final result in person at the induction ceremony(free and open to the public) at 12:30pm on Tuesday. The Walk of Fame is located at the Nashville Music Garden, between Bridgestone Arena and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center directly in front of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Here are some highlights from the project:
masked off and ready to paint
raw, unfinished stone
Our first project of 2012 was a whole lotta fun! Not only did we get to work on a great project, but we got to do it for an exceptionally inspirational new artist, Hunter Hayes.
Hunter is a multi-talented musician who writes and produces all of his own music. At 20 years old, he’s just getting started, but has already come a long way! He’s gearing up to tour this year with Rascal Flats and wanted 615 Design to help him bring his set vision to life.
With the writing process being central to his artistry, Hunter wanted to pour his heart and mind onto the set, literally. Incorporating lyrics from his most recent release all over the road cases, amps and instruments. We loved the concept! After borrowing a sample of Hunters handwriting, we got straight to work. See how it all came together and catch more of Hunter on his Most Wanted tour this summer!
Debut: Hunter Performs ‘Storm Warning’ on Good Morning America:
See more of Hunter at his website: