We LOVE Epoxy Floors
We just love to do floors. Sometimes we custom paint them and other times we do highly custom epoxy resin floors like those in our design...
We have been painting large scale murals our entire life. Our mural work has been seen in residential homes, educational facilities, retail businesses, and museums.
The Bogdanov family has an advanced knowledge and skill set in construction, signage, and an ability to perform interior and exterior design builds. WE specialize in artistic epoxy floor coatings.
We have a passion for carpentry, design and color. We are artists first and foremost, but our carpentry and interior design skills make for some very custom projects.
We love to design retail exteriors from providing murals to making signs, and all points in between. If you need an artist involved in your next build, reach out today.
After designing the new brand logo for Hipnautical we set out to mural the retail space with a octopus and jellyfish theme. Here isaiah is seen painting the final details. The project also included LED lighting installs and signage.
For TerraNova High School we not only painted several murals we also designed and installed new signage. This tiger mascot was the signature piece for the schools outdoor swimming pool area.
Known as the purple door, this painting was done in 1996 in a residential home. This one had a very unique texture made from mixing paint with cat liter and bird seed. Yes, you read that correctly. The texture really sets this one off.
We are the Bogdanov family and we love to go big. We just love to paint in epic scale showing off imagination and technical ability. We also offer artistic construction of both unique interior and exterior concepts.
The largest wave we ever painted. MTI came to us to paint a realistic Tsunami for a museum exhibit covering the damages these waves cause. It was very scary to stand below this very large natural disaster in mural form.
This was the very first large scale tiger that Peter Bogdanov painted in a music studio back in 1997. The painting measured 12 feet tall and was part of a much larger set of murals in the main studio space.
This giant monster of an octopus was designed and painted to take up an entire room. We used a gray scale technique to keep a nautical color palette that worked out great.
We have a special place in our hearts for wine bars and cellars. Pictured here is the wine bar from the Kauai home project complete with floating shelves, reclaimed wood wall boards and a Joa Wood Bar Top.
Peter repurposed these doors imported from Bali and changed them into a barn door style install. We started by converting an unused closet into a passthrough and then built shelves and completed the look with custom concrete.
We just love to do floors. Sometimes we custom paint them like this sample above and other times we do highly custom epoxy resin floors like those in our design studio. You won't find a more artistic solution to high impact floor art.
Demonstrating a massive Tsunami wave at over 35 feet tall really added impact to this museum mural and build install.