The monochromatic color palette of his male figures, their striking physical features, and tastefully fitted men’s wear all contribute to defining the overall editorial identity of the collection. The cohesive assembly of portraits are carefully designed with a strong attention to detail, composed with a lookbook appeal and executed in a tactical, graphic designer kind of way. Their gazes offer insight into their personalities and reveal an air of disconnectedness with an undercurrent of nostalgia––in other words, they seek to escape their reality, and to travel to those distant places painted across their faces. The various landscapes and dream-like destinations introduce bold colors and intertwine with the model’s identity. Beau's paintings convey a feeling of wanderlust, all while staying true to his taste for simplicity, sophisticated style, limitless traveling, and creative thinking.
"Las Mezcalilleras" are the women who've helped in the cultivation, distillation, and traditions of mezcal production.
This series was designed to be featured on the walls of the fine-dining establishment Cultura in downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea, for guests to appreciate as they feast on latin american influenced cuisine. Each of these women tell a unique story and carry with delicacy, a different species of agave which personify and represent the women of Mezcal.
"Las Mezcalilleras" is available for viewing at
Cultura, Su Vecino Ct Dolores b/w 5th and 6th Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA93921
2013-2015 local scenes from the Big Sur area and the Monterey Peninsula.
Ink & Design
2012-2015 Design work created with the intention of having them be used on apparel/boards/skin. I envisioned these psychedelic pieces shredding up sidewalks on the bottoms of skateboards, printed all over tank tops and tees and maybe even on someone's arm as a tattoo.