Incredible – and Enormous – Public Portraits by Hendrik Beikirch.

public portraits by hendrik beikirch

Murals and Public Portraits by street artist Hendrik Beikirch. Artist Hendrik Beikrich (aka ecb) is a portrait painter and a muralist 
who first worked as freelance artist in Koblenz, Germany. From 1996 through 2000 he studied art education at university of Koblenz-Landau. It was 
in 1989 that he created his first painting using a spray can
 instead of a brush and he was hooked. Read more

The Wall Murals On Tiffany’s Temporary Façade Of Their New Soho Store By 4 Contemporary Artists.

Tiffany & Co. Soho Murals

Tiffany & Co. invited four contemporary artists to transform the temporary façade of their upcoming Soho store in New York with one-of-a-kind murals inspired by true love. Read more

If Walls Could Talk. Timothy Goodman’s Mural for the Ace Hotel, New York.


San Francisco multidisciplinary designer Timothy Goodman was among a small group of artists asked to contribute to the mural project for the Ace Hotels.

The uber trendy hotel chain (whose rooms, I personally feel, look like college dorms) has locations in New York, Seattle, Portland and Palm Springs. Known for their appeal to the young and hip, the chain of hotels incorporates plenty of art, design, music and culture in their utilitarian-esque rooms and lobbies. They also have an association with the popular and fun Rudy Barbershops. 
 
Timothy joined the ranks of other artists when he covered the walls of one smallish room in the latest Ace Hotel NYC location with 99 hand-drawn picture frames. Created with black paint markers and paint, he then filled them with images of facts, love, tidbits, items of interest and shout-outs to other folks to represent, in his own words, “the spontaneity and grit of the city.”












above photographs by Mark Dye.

Below are examples of various wall murals by other artists in the Ace Hotel, New York:



Timothy Goodman:

Timothy’s website
Timothy’s blog

Edgewater Wall Tiles: Marrying Art With Technology

Edgewater of British Colombia creates a variety of in-house artisan tiles using glass, stone, wood, metal and porcelain by using an industrial waterjet to create the shapes. Waterjet Cutting is a significant manufacturing technology that offers important new options in the cutting of materials. All types of metals from 1/16″ to 5″ thick are good candidates for waterjet.

Edgewater also produces custom shapes, cut glass and inlay materials enabling their clients the freedom to apply their own creativity. Take a look at some of the samples and installations of their unique and premium tiles:


















About Edgewater:
Edgewater was originally formed with a vision – to marry artistic design with an industrial waterjet. We set out to provide high quality, custom work that is locally made and affordable. Today, our expertise in precision cutting reflects a range of challenging projects and clientele – from artists to engineering firms.

Our success is based on strong client relationships built around an ability to provide exceptional customer service and unwavering attention to quality.

Contact Info:
Office Phone 604.985.9251
Fax 604.985.9254
email: info@edgewaterjet.ca
101-1429 Dominion St.
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7J 1B3