Georgia Peach Owl Electric Box Mural
City Of Decatur Electric box mural at Glenlake Park. Thanks to Decatur Arts Alliance.
Chairish The Future
Atlanta Furniture Bank
2008, 2021, 2022
Chairish the Future is an inspired showcase featuring the work and creativity of local artists and designers who have donated their time, talents and energy to create original works of art out of used chairs and furniture. Fueled by the spirit of goodwill, the results
are stunning artistic reincarnations of the furniture in the style of each artist and designer. The event offers guests the opportunity to own these sophisticated, artsy and useful home furnishings during a live and silent auction
which will also include restaurant,
entertainment and travel packages.
Vinyl II, Vinyl III Art Shows
An intoxicating array of artists bring you new works created on 12" vinyl records and
a flip side side soundtrack!
Skateboard & Wakeboard Art 2012-Present
In the last several years I have participated in some amazing Skateboard Art events including Charity Events benefitting Grind For Life, Get A Board, and A-Skate Foundation. I also created a Wakeboard design to benefit The Water Sports Industry Association as well as the YMCA. The Wakeboard was also featured at the 2015 US Pro Wakeboard Tour at Lake Allatoona. I always look forward to creating more Skateboard Art in the future.
GET Comforta-Bowl event 2020
Supporting Friends of Refugees, Our House, and College AIM.
There will be a silent auction with many pins designed by local Atlanta artists
Very Electable Poster 2020
10 Atlanta artists were selected to design a poster honoring the legacy of John Lewis and the Freedom Riders who helped fuel the Civil Rights Movement in the segregated South.
@occasionalsuperstar curated a poster show with at #WESEEYOU to encourage voting not only as a healthy democratic duty but now because your country and future depend on it.
ABOUT: Honoring John Lewis and the Freedom Riders that rode interstate buses into the segregated South in 1961, 60 years ago. Their bravery fueled the Civil Rights Movement and their legacy lives through us today.
HISTORY: The Freedom Rides provoked violence across the Jim Crow south which brought national attention to the disregard for the federal law and brutality used to enforce segregation. Their protests often led to vicious attacks from white mobs. When the authorities intervened it was to harass, hurt and arrest the riders for trespassing, unlawful assembly, violating state and local Jim Crow laws, and other alleged offenses.
The Freedom Riders helped inspire many future civil rights campaigns, including voter registration throughout the South. At the time, most black Southerners had been unable to register to vote, due to state constitutions, laws and practices in place since the turn of the 20th century.
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Marketing Design 2020
Atlanta Braves Xfinity Art Series
Featured Artist 2019
Atlanta Braves - Xfinity Art Series limited edition T-shirt design for the 2019 season.
R. Thomas Dumpster Mural 2019
This is the second Dumpster Mural created at R. Thomas Deluxe Grill in Buckhead Atlanta.
It was completed in the winter of 2019.
R. Thomas Atlanta Skyline Mural 2017
Atlanta Medical Center Mural 2016
R. Thomas Dumpster Mural 2013
In the Fall of 2013 Daniel had another great opportunity to work on a second mural for R. Thomas Deluxe Grill in Atlanta. This time he turned a plain green dumpster into a vibrant piece of art!
Art Box ~ Citizens for Ponce Progress 2012
ART BOX PARTY
Hosted at dooGallery
Saturday June 23rd 2012
Ashley Norfleet and Han Vance invited a select group of local artists to create original works of art utilizing recycled newspaper distribution boxes as the canvas. These works of art were later utilized on the streets of urban Atlanta for Atlanta INtown Paper distribution, and were also displayed in festivals. Atlanta INtown Paper is a free progressive monthly periodical with a print run of 47,000 copies and a strong online presence. Han Vance and his citizens group (CFPP – Citizens For Ponce Progress) decided to remove old junk boxes left as blight from the greater Ponce Corridor area and to recycle them as Atlanta INtown Paper boxes. The event featured the box art and the performance of some of the top spoken word poets in the fabled Atlanta urban poetry scene