In every studio I've ever had, there's always been "the wall." Most artist's have some version of it. A place to keep memories and inspiration in view at all times. My love of this particular aesthetic came from my grandfather. He was a very creative man, bordering on the eccentric. As a kid, I would spend many hours pouring over his wall every chance I got. He kept notes, skulls, photos, money, driftwood sculptures and fishing lures. My grandfather wasn't a great communicator, so for me, it was like getting a glimpse of who he was and what interested him. His influence on me was immeasurable.
Here are a few different shots of the walls I've had over the years: