I started drawing large scale mazes in grade school. My uncle would give me long connected piles of computer print out paper and I would draw mazes stretching for ten feet!
Over the years I have create a few other maze murals with different themes.
For Pittsburgh’s First Night I created a Pittsburgh maze. I created a large birthday maze as a gift for a friend.
For some teacher friends I created a Mother Goose maze. It is still on display a decade later in the classroom in New Hampshire! The kids solve it during their breaks.
At StarKist headquarters in Pittsburgh I have a four foot by 6 foot maze of Charlie the Tuna and all his pals.
I created a 5 foot by 8 foot maze for Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum’s in the 1990’s. But by far my largest maze was my record setting 4 foot by 36 foot maze mural!
It garnered international attention. It features over 100 characters drawn into the maze itself. Including my buddy Charlie the Tuna. It’s a massive maze still waiting to be solved… are you up to the challenge?
Mazes are available for exhibition. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org