After! I had free reign as far as the design went, as long as I used his company logo (the horse) that it looked nice and wasn’t offensive… so this is what I came up with.
The building hadn’t been painted in over 15 years so it was covered in flakey paint all over which I spent a few days scraping off before giving it a few coats of undercoat (Sorry to everyone that I went over, he was planning on painting it in the near future anyway so forgive!)
Big big big love to my dearest Melissa for helping me out from spending hours rolling the walls, picking up materials, bringing me food and extra clothing, helping with colours and ideas, documenting it all through photo’s and an amazing video…. basically everything… so grateful/ thank you you’re the best. Also big big thanks to Joel Birch for making the time in his tight schedule by looking after and nailing the lettering across the front of the building. There’s no way I could have done that nor would it be the same so thanks bro, I really appreciate it.
I hate heights almost more than anything and I was working about 5 metre’s up on scaffold, inbetween and around power lines.. worth it though!