Murals generate foot traffic, increase tenants, and establish a social media presence for your business. As outward expressions of vibrant and thriving neighborhoods, murals create a sense of community because of their accessibility.


Commissioning a mural can be a pragmatic step toward combating blight and vacant businesses, which can increase community mindedness in your area.


Creating a positive impact in the lives of community members through the fabrication of monumental works of Art which demand attention and instill a sense of pride and ownership.


Art by and for the people. Colorful and conceptually rich paintings that bring joy and health to the viewer. No membership required.


Large scale works of Art (Interior & Exterior) possess the ability to attract and retain a talented, creative class of individuals who serve as the leaders in innovation and create jobs and culture within your city.


Brandon Marshall

Since graduating from the University of Memphis with a degree in Graphic Design, Brandon Gaia Marshall has established himself as visual artist specializing in mural-making and Public Art, with a strong focus on community engagement and mobilization. Marshall’s current professional endeavors stem from an extensive background in the Hip Hop Community as a Graffiti Artist, B-Boy, promoter, and educator. Marshall is the founder and lead organizer of the “Soul Food” graffiti art festival. He has secured wall space and painted at mural festivals from Denver to Melbourne, and constantly strives for excellence within each of his artistic practices.

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What People

say about Brandon Marshall

“We gave Brandon an almost impossible task: to extend the feeling of our 70 year old barbecue joint out into our much used (but not aesthetically appealing) alley. We hoped he would be able to highlight the restaurant, Memphis, and the South in general. What he did was beyond remarkable! Brandon’s Rendezvous alley wall is truly an amaing piece of art that captures the feeling of the city, the feeling of downtown, and the feeling of the restaurant itself without being literal or expected.”

Anna Vergos of the World Famous Rendezvous Restaurant / Owner

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Information about old projects and new projects starting as well as collaborations and things in the shop

Memphis Flyer Cover Story

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Next Level USA | Residency in Nigeria

Next Level USA | Residency in Nigeria


Feature in the Memphis Flyer: 20 Under 30

Feature in the Memphis Flyer: 20 Under 30


Collaboration in Detroit

Collaboration in Detroit




Custom Art for Amazing Places! Contact for additional information and pricing.

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