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Nigel Sussman
Taro San Mural | Murals by Nigel Sussman | Taro San Japanese Noodle Bar in Palo Alto
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Taro San Mural | Murals by Nigel Sussman | Taro San Japanese Noodle Bar in Palo Alto
Taro San Mural | Murals by Nigel Sussman | Taro San Japanese Noodle Bar in Palo Alto
Taro San Mural | Murals by Nigel Sussman | Taro San Japanese Noodle Bar in Palo Alto
Taro San Mural | Murals by Nigel Sussman | Taro San Japanese Noodle Bar in Palo Alto

Taro San Mural

Featured In Taro San Japanese Noodle Bar, Palo Alto, CA

This mural is on the wall at Taro San Japanese Noodle Bar, located in the Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, California. It is painted in on the entire entryway wall and bleeds onto ceiling and adjacent facets. The painting is a total of 16ft x 20ft and depicts a busy street scene, inspired by Japanese street food with a surreal and fun spin. I did an illustration to scale and then translated it onto the wall in 2 and a half days of painting. I utilized the base color of the concrete wall as part of the palette and everything was painted using commercial-grade exterior house paint while thinking about udon noodles.

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Item Taro San Mural
Created by Nigel Sussman
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Nigel Sussman
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Wescover creator since 2019
Isometric murals and illustrations

Nigel creates complex isometric murals and illustrations. He can often be found painting pictures of giant cats or flying food. The detail is all done by hand and with a lighthearted sense of humor that keeps you looking, and smiling. Nigel has created art for a wide range of businesses and organizations, from large, innovative brands like Google, eBay and Adidas, and completed projects that include large scale murals to more traditional print projects for well-known publications. Bold, bright and complex, Nigel’s signature style uses isometric line-art and a striking but simple color palette, creating seek-and-find type illustrations that feature complex fantasy architecture and/or imaginary machines. There’s all kinds of activity going on in Nigel’s work and it’s no surprise to find that his influences include Martin Handford (creator of Where’s Waldo?), MC Escher and the original SimCity computer games.