Greg Mike recently completed large-scale indoor murals at the new Restaurant Holmes in Alpharetta, Georgia. Armed with just black ink and brushes, the Atlanta-born visual artist locked himself into two rooms for two weeks at the dining space to produce the pieces. “I had no plans or sketches other than to just to start drawing and not stop till I filled all 8 walls, Here’s what happened in one of the rooms,” said Mike. The result is eye-candy with his signature motifs of whimsical cartoons embellished throughout the fledgling establishment.
View the video above to get a closer look at the details. In other art-related news, Jean Jullien recently collaborated with Only NY on a summer-ready capsule of graphic T-shirts.
50 S Main St.
Alpharetta, GA 30009
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