Everything Else Test Gallery Airbrushed and silver leaf lettering. Girls need cool toys to! Airbrushed 40’s style pin up on this custom golf cart. A bit of silver leaf and stripes on the same cart Herradura Tequila horse shoe logo and me. This piece was hand lettered and aged to look old. Hand lettered and aged to look old This piece is hanging from the ceiling at The Toco Joint, 158 W. Ontario st. downtown Chicago. Veragated gold and silver leaf. What can I say. Satin black base with hot rod style pinstriping. for our good friend Jonnie K. 50’style pinstriping on the back. Motorcycle show sign. Our customer wanted a mail box that matched the flames on his hot rod. Done! Plywood sign for a clients pool side Tiki bar. This “Happy Tiki” was also airbrushed on plywood. Airbrushed on plywwod Hand lettered and airbrushed. A very detailed hand done delivery truck. Spun silver leaf for this 40th Vette. I love doing the guitars. Gold leaf and striping, this one is in my collection. note the painted match stick on the wammie bar! Gotta light the fuze with something. Show sign for a K model Harley. Custom bikes need custom signs. This was a fun one! The client wanted us to do something different on the dart game that was going into his home. faux metal,rivets and rust. These pictures do not do justice to the finished product. Bendi and I lettered this up this commercial job in Chicago. Rick Bendi swinging a brush on this carved sign. The finished sign. Hand lettered, gold leafed. the Racconto letters were cut out and glued to the sign to give it depth. Racconto 10441 Touhy Ave. Rosemont, IL. Bendi and I put in a lot of time and a lot of gold leaf on this truck and it came out great! A detail shot of the hood. A 4X8 plywood sign. Now what fun is it having a plain file cabinet? We love it when a client says “Do whatever you want” This was a stunning gold metal flaked Gretsch guitar. I striped it with white and black for a traditional 50’s look. This Les Paul guitar was done by artist Robert Andersen for the Guitar Town project in Waukesha WI. (the birth place of Les Paul) Robert asked me to lay a couple lines on the “Franky Goes to Hollywood” guitar. Very cool piece and I was happy to be a small part of it! All hand painted, no airbrush on this one! Gate Sign.