Interview: Sign Painter Brad Dutsch | KCET
Interview: Sign Painter Brad Dutsch
Brad Dutsch is a muralist and sign painter whose work ranges from lettering for high school gymnasiums to an enormous American Eagle-inspired mural on the side of the Alhambra post office.
In this interview he shares his experiences working on public buildings and the inspiration for pursuing a career in art.
See photos of Brad's works here.
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