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Stripes by Scotty
My name is Scotty George. I am from Salt Lake City and have been pinstriping since 2010 minus a 2 year break while serving a mission in Madagascar. I love this art form and all that surround it, I have begun to learn lettering and gold leafing as well airbrush. I'm currently apprenticing a full time painter at a body shop in Pleasant Grove and am learning as much as I can to expand my skills in this field. I love what I do and appreciate your support and the time you have taken to view my work on this blog. You can follow me on Facebook or Instagram, or connect with me on LinkedIn.
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I'm posting on one network or another all the time and always excited to meet new artists, attend car shows and sling some paint. If you have questions or are interested in having some pinstriping done on your vehicle or other items, give me a call or contact me on Facebook, we can set up a time and I can come to you or set up a time at a local car show or cruise night! I am not a full time pinstriper, I work part time at a body shop, help run, organize and promote a car show with monthly events and am a full time student in the fall/spring, but if you would like to have me do some work for you I try to get most jobs scheduled within a week or two.
Thank you for visiting!
801-660-9660 (call or text, Scotty)
Monday, January 3, 2011
The Bat Signal, Holy Speaker Panel Batman!
So as mentioned previously I've been doing a bit of work on my friend's Batmobile... so here's some recent updates and other recent projects on the side........... like i told you. the bat lights up, the bat signal, thats got to be the coolest thing i've ever done, dad helped me with it, cause he loves sign type stuff... I finally figure ya know, we don't completely connect on hot rods, I can at least bridge the gap by bringing his industry/expertise to customize mine :) I'm going to pinstripe it, he cut the materials and built the LED box, I dreamed it up, finally a father/son project of equal input.