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A Modern Muralist

Taylor Gallegos has been painting and drawing his whole life. As a high school student, he began creating custom artwork for friends and family. During hisy time as an art student in college, he started getting paid to create custom paintings for people. He did his first mural right after college for a local restaurant and loved it. That restaurant had a handful of locations so they hired him to decorate all of their interiors. He had a great time and he's been hooked ever since.

Thanks to a muralist mentor, he's been diving into the world of murals more and more.  It's a perfect artistic platform for his creative skill set. He's always loved working as large scale as possible and murals are the epitome of that in art.  Murals can be so powerful in their overall effect, their visibility and their social nature. They really are a perfect niche for him as an artist in this world and his hope is to create large scale murals in cities around the world.



Who We Are


We create large scale wall murals for commercial and residential.  We service the Southern California and San Francisco Areas from San Diego to Los Angeles, and all around the Bay area.  We create murals in any style, size or concept that our clients can envision.  Our Owner/Artist Taylor Gallegos holds a C33 Specialty Painter’s Contractor’s License in the State of California.  There is no project too big and no idea too wild for us to take on and complete beautifully.

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Let's get your project started. Reach out with inquiries, ideas, or questions.  Anything is possible, and the sky is the limit!  Our mission is to bring your vision to life.

Taylor G Murals

CA Contractor's License #1063031

C33 Specialty Painter

2635 Madison St Unit 2, Carlsbad, CA 92008

2635 Madison St Unit 2, Carlsbad, CA 92008

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Located in Beautiful Carlsbad, CA

Billed as one of the most affluent communities in the United States, Carlsbad is a beautiful coastal city located on the San Diego waterfront. The city is part of the fast-growing San Diego-Carlsbad metro area. The local economy is mainly based on tourism, technology, and real estate.  According to a 2018 survey, Carlsbad has a population of approximately 116,000 residents.

Walking down memory lane, Carlsbad City was inhabited by the Payómkawichum native people for thousands of years before the arrival of the Spanish colonialist in Alta California. Most of their villages were concentrated around freshwater rivers. Upon the arrival of the Spanish settlers, a Spanish mission, Mission San Luis Rey, was established in the vicinity of modern-day Carlsbad City. Consequently, the Payómkawichum people living around the mission were given the name Luiseños.

Though originally despised for its "stinking water," Carlsbad turned out to be one of the most popular spa towns in the world after it was discovered that the water in the area had some sort of therapeutic power. As a result, the area was named Karlsbad after a famous Bohemian spa town. The city was incorporated in 1952 under the name Carlsbad.