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Muralist gives latest Tijuana Flats a Valrico touch
VALRICO — Nate Baranowski has become a regular at Tijuana Flats.
Oh sure he may enjoy fast casual Tex-Mex fare like most people, but it’s not the food that keeps him returning. Executives of the Florida-based chain keep inviting him back for his artistic skills.
“Twin Peaks” Red Room Brought to Life in 3D Street Art Campaign
In anticipation of the upcoming season of “Twin Peaks,” Showtime has launched a new street art campaign inspired by the show. Street artists Leon Keer and Nate Baranowski were commissioned to create a 3D anamorphic Red Room.
Brand Dubai announces shortlist for Dubai Canvas 3D Art Award
The shortlist features many of the luminaries of the 3D art world from across the world.
DUBAI: Brand Dubai, the creative arm of the Government of Dubai Media Office, announced the shortlist for the Dh 2.3 million Dubai Canvas 3D Art Award.
FAith In action: mural painter
SARASOTA (FOX13) - Nate Baranowski's studio is out in the elements. To reach his canvas, he needs some heavy machinery. The mural artist thinks big when it comes to his talents.
"It takes a lot of planning. It takes a lot of math to take a reference, grid it out small, and maybe one inch on your reference paper equals ten feet on a wall," Baranowski explained.
This 'harry potter' nursery is so perfect the artist must have used magic to create it
MASHABLE - The Daniels worked with artist Nate Baranowski to make sure every detail was perfect – and the whole project took him five days to paint.
Daniel told Mashable the painted windows on the wall are her favorite part. "The way Nate painted makes it look so real, even in person," she said.
Street painter adds new dimension to UWGB Student Union
Did you ever get so drawn into a painting where you almost felt like you we're a part of it?Well that was the goal for an artist as his painting slowly came to life on the floor of the student Union building.
Nate Baranowski, a 3D artist from Tampa, Florida was hired to make a street painting come to life in the Cloud Commons. He created an underwater scene using only 5 colors of paint, mixing and matching, hoping to bring some color to the campus grounds.