Max Juhasz

Oh boy..

Now I get to write some stuff about myself.

 

I was honored to be a part of the “Art Team” for the National Videogame Museum.

I’ve always been a gamer and I come from a family of artists, so this project just kinda fit what I was looking for.

My father in law actually came over to my house one morning with a newspaper clipping for the ad that the NVM had posted. They were looking for mural artists to do some work on the museum.

I showed up for both open calls.

I made it my goal to get in on this project.

I sent email after email to Joe, Sean and John with ideas and concept sketches.

They finally contacted me back about doing the 80’s logo wall.

I guess it had been a dream of John’s to have a wall that highlighted all of the companies that birthed the gaming industry.

NATIONAL VIDEOGAME MUSEUM

Finished wall

To be honest, I was a little scared of the project. Most of the art that I had done was completely unlike anything that they were asking for. At the same time, I knew that this was my chance to get in.

I spent almost a month working on that wall.

Mural Artist in Dallas Fort Worth

Every logo was unique and had to look legit.

I think I repainted the Atari logo at least 7 times until I was happy with it.

Looking back I am so happy and grateful for the opportunity to work on this.

I am very proud of myself for completing that wall.  There were quite a few times that I was standing on a ladder cursing at letters.

National Video game Museum

 

Once it was done, more work was commissioned by the museum.

I painted the Crazy Climber, the Online Gaming wall and my personal favorite… Dracula’s Castle for the Castlevania statue.

video game artist

Putting the spray matte on the Castlevania wall.

 

You can bounce around the site to see some more of my work.

 

My email is Maxwins@mail.com

Feel free to contact me for any project that you want done.

 

Keep on Creating

Max