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Selfie Central Mural

Selfie Central Mural

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Give your customers, clients or residents a memorable experience and draw in more traffic with a custom mural for your business or home. 

Su Casa Salon

Su Casa Salon and Bridal Suite in La Crosse, Wisconsin is the first salon in the area to price services based on hair length rather than gender. The owner of the salon, Karina, says "hair has no gender." She wanted this empty wall in her space to make all guests feel welcome, appreciated and beautiful.


Muralist | Tiffany Lavender

Western Technical College

Integrated Interiors is a new class offered at Western Wisconsin College, in La Crosse, Wisconsin. New class means new classroom décor and as interior designers they really wanted to give the classroom a unique look. Using design principles I created an artistic mural that wraps around the classroom.

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Muralist | Tiffany Lavender

Valley View Mall

Valley View Mall in La Crosse, Wisconsin, wants to make your shopping experience fun and memorable. What better way to achieve that than a selfie wall?! I created this interactive mural with the hopes to bring smiles to your faces while you shop.  


Muralist | Tiffany Lavender

South Lanes Pizza

Everyone loves South Lanes Pizza. Their new restaurant in La Crosse, Wisconsin features tables made from repurposed wood from the old bowling lanes (how cool!) and this fun doodle mural I painted for them that emphasizes their always fresh ingredients.


Muralist | Tiffany Lavender

Selfie Central

Interactive selfie studio, Selfie Central, located in Trempealeau, WI wanted a bathroom that was filled with affirmations worthy of taking selfies with. This five wall mural gives an uplifting experience for all visitors. View a video of the space at the top of this page. 


Muralist | Tiffany Lavender

Wisconsin Clothing Co.

Wisconsin themed clothing store calls for a Wisconsin themed mural!
I had so much fun creating this 17 by 4 foot mural with illustrated text and images that represent the state of Wisconsin. 


Muralist | Tiffany Lavender


Originally painted by Matthew Hoffman, "love" has become a staple of @properties branding. Matthew simplified the @properties tagline "love where you're @" for a mural in Chicago and it quickly became a popular site for photos. 

I was invited to paint Matthew's "love" design inside the coulee region @properties office building, with a twist of my own. I used a black chalkboard paint so that this mural can get an easy refresh whenever desired. 


Muralist | Tiffany Lavender

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