Cabo Mural

This Cabo mural was based on an imaginary scene on a beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It was painted underneath a specially prepared wall cut out area. The mural was painted for “Lalo’s Mexican Grill” in the Hillcrest area of San Diego. All walls were also faux color-glaze treated in a soft smoke color with soft palm leaves, Mexican icons, birds and Mexican proverbs integrated into the wall areas. Bougainvillea was painted onto the walls at a later date.

Cabo Mural for Mexican restaurant in San Diego Hillcrest
“Cabo Mural”
Cabo Mural with wall treatments in San Diego, Hillcrest
Cabo Mural with wall treatments
Cabo Mural with Faux wall treatments
Cabo Mural with Faux wall treatments
Cabo Mural Close up with owners son and dog painted into the mural
Cabo Mural Close up with owners son and dog painted into the mural
Cabo Mural with Faux wall treatments San Diego Mural Artist Rik Erickson
Faux wall treatments
Salsa Bar Hand Painted Lettering and Tropical Birds in San Diego California by Rik Erickson
Salsa Bar Hand Painted Lettering and Tropical Birds

“Trompe L’oeil” (trick the eye)

Mexican Restaurant Murals and Faux Wall Treatments San Diego by artist Rik Erickson
Hand painted trick-the-eye birds
Mexican Restaurant Murals and Faux Wall Treatments Trompe L'oeil Niche with Potted Chives Plant
Mexican Restaurant Murals and Faux Wall Treatments
Cabo Mural Close up
Cabo Mural Close up
Cabo Mural Close up
Cabo Mural Close up