There was some extra space on the street in Lake Worth so I made the original 2D chalk art a little bigger and filled up the whole street with a Black Panther themed chalk art. It was very satisfying to see the piece from the top of a nearby building. I’m very proud of how this one turned out. Special thanks to Adam Cranmer for helping me finish this chalk art.
Recent Artwork Blog
Enjoy a brief tour of Nate's latest work, including murals, street art, and more.
The Celebration of Harry Potter was a REALLY cool experience. Universal Studios fills with fans of the Harry Potter universe and I was lucky enough to create pieces of art in the exhibit halls and right outside on the sidewalk as well. I was also able to work beside the Chalk Twins, a very talented duo.
I was so honored to be added as a 3D artist at this festival held at Epcot at Disney World in Florida. I was able to create several 3D pieces over multiple weekends for guests to interact with. The theme we worked with was Future and Technology.
The end of 2017 marked the beginning of creating 3D art on two surfaces. Using a wall and a floor surface together, I could fill up the photo op with artwork. There is much to learn in this new art form but it is a lot of fun. Here I used my friend’s daughter as the model. Here you can pose in the piece so it looks like she has you in her butterfly jar.
It is quite the experience to participate in a chalk festival right off the beach in Clearwater, FL. Every couple hours I would go take a dip in the ocean…gulf?…whatever you call it, it is a great environment. While swimming pools are done all the time in 3D chalk art, they are so popular because they are so fun to pose in! This piece was created for the Opal Sands.