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Brickmob

City:Wichita
Phone:316.371.0158
Email:[email protected]
Website:brickmobbrickup.com

About

Brickmob stands proudly as an urban art brand with meaning. Brickmob hand creates epic murals and partakes in a multitude of events, festivals, and public art projects to help our community thrive and bolster civic unity. Simply put, our creative collective lives and breathes the conscientious maker movement.

Brickmob is led by the husband and wife artist duo Chris Garcia and Nicky Rocho. They personally manage every mural that is produced and have a combined professional art industry experience of over 35 years. Founded in 2014, Brickmob has created over 30 murals throughout Kansas as well as Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma. Our artist collective is comprised of hand-picked, highly educated and extremely talented artists who all lend a hand in every step of the mural process, from conceptualization to painting. Here is a quick rundown of the amazingly talented array of artists that are currently on our roster.

Chris Garcia aka lastdeviant (Owner/Graphic Artist)

  • BFA Fine Art Graphic Design – Wichita State University
  • AA Fine Art Photography – Tidewater CC
  • U.S. Naval Veteran

Nicky Rocho (Owner/Photographer)

  • AA Fine Art Photography – Tidewater CC
  • 15+ years – Professional photographer

Daniel “Joe” Worley (Graphic Artist)

  • BFA Fine Art Graphic Design – Wichita State University
  • Winner of 2018 Wichita Riverfest design contest

Jes Nellis (Fiber Artist/Historian)

  • BA in History and Anthropology – Kansas State University
  • MA in Public History – Wichita State University

Johanna “JoJo” Stock (Graphic Artist)

  • BFA Fine Art Graphic Design – Wichita State University
  • 7+ Years as Professional Graphic Designer

Philip Nellis (Printmaker)

  • BFA Fine Art Printmaking – Wichita State University

Richard Garcia (Sculpture Artist/Engineer)

  • AA Applied Science
  • A&P License in Aircraft Maintenance

Hunter Sinclair Myers (Illustrator/Designer)

  • Branding Guru for 10+ years
  • Woman Entrepreneur and project specialist

Ryan Gould (Illustrator/Tattooist)

  • Owner of Pact Tattoo
  • U.S. Naval Veteran
Community Activity Information

Brickmob has worked with the public on multiple murals. Their level of involvement ranged from guiding the public with on-site artists, paint-by-numbers, and even conceptualizing new murals through public engagement. Outside of murals, our crew also hand prints all of our own

Educational Activity Information

We can teach about mural creation, screen printing and design. We have also spoken at quite a few forums about being a successful small business as well as design forums.

Program Fees

How our process works for our commissioned murals:

We meet with the client to figure out all the details and work up a cost estimate for them based namely on square footage and the level of detail in the art but also includes required wall prep work, location, timeframe, etc. The mural art design info is then given to our crew of artists once a budget is approved and a deposit is secured. All Brickmob artists that are interested will then work up concepts. If there are multiple concepts, the client gets to decide which you like and offer feedback on any suggestions for modification. The chosen artist(s) will then finalize the piece and the client receives a mockup that shows the art digitally on their wall. Our standard art development time is 2-4 weeks, depending on revisions. Our cost is all inclusive and covers all painting materials, artist fees, man hours, travel, etc. Typically we start the cost estimate at 10 per square foot and evolve the cost up or down as needed. The designing artists(s) get a portion of the commission total and all of our painters earn a minimum of $15 per hour. If the project is finished quicker then was originally estimated, the remaining proceeds are split equally between all the painters to increase their hourly wages. Brickmob also offers discounts for non-profits and social betterment programs.

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