Larry Hunter is a child of the 1950’s and 60’s, born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia where he “briefly” attended the Vancouver School of Art.
“I am a self-taught freelance artist, illustrator, designer and muralist. In my next life I think I’ll try being an architect. In fact architectural renderings are one of my passions. The same can be said for all things Mid-Century, be it homes, automobiles, industrial design, fashion, art, you name it, that is one of the most iconic eras in western culture. An era of unbridled optimism, conflict and style that spanned thirty years. Much of my work reflects design cues from that time. I like to work a little mid-century into everything I do.”