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Dispelling the stereotype of what an artist really does, THE PAINT SHOP WITH DREW BROPHY TV series reveals the process of painting, designing and creating that is done behind the scenes of a surf lifestyle artist.

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The Paint Shop Episode 6 “Life is Grand” Full Episode in HD

In this episode, Drew goes stand up paddle boarding through the rapids of the Grand Canyon with his friend, award-winning filmmaker and adventurer, Seth Warren. After 16 days in the wilderness, he’s glad to be back in the studio working on a new painting featuring reptiles for local San Clemente shop “Reptiles Reptropolis”.


Drew’s studio is hopping this week as he paints a 15′ wooden paddleboard, stokes out pro surfer Tanner Gudauskas by customizing his surfboard, and then Drew is commissioned to paint the strangest thing he’s ever painted.

Drew “Escapes to LA” with Tattoo artist Mark Longenecker, to custom paint camper vans with other LA graffiti artists. After Mark gives an awesome Bali-Mask tattoo to the lovely Jenn Homberg in Drew’s studio, they drive to LA to study famous graffiti spots for inspiration. Drew and Mark meet up with some very talented graffiti artists, DJ NEFF, Cre8, and Haist. It’s an art overload featuring 5 unique styles of painting on The Paint Shop.

Drew and his family “Cruise to Santa Cruz” for the Sacred Craft Surf Expo. But first, Drew has to finish a painting for a 9-year-old art collector and he’ll show you what it’s like designing clothes for Hinano Tahiti. Also, he shares the disappointment when an art client isn’t happy with one of his paintings.

Drew paints a bad-ass design on a Harley Davidson, stokes out a cute biker chick with a happy painting on her helmet, and paints a surfboard with a unique technique.

Drew shows how he creates designs for beach cruisers by painting 8′ paintings! Then, he spray paints a surfboard for legendary surfer Gerry Lopez. He also shows how to easily make stencils to spray cool designs on surfboards.

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