Nat Iosbaker

Nat Iosbaker’s work as a sign painter and stencil artist is grounded deeply in living and working throughout Long Beach, CA, Madison, WI, and Chicago, IL.

The work produced at his community studio, Headquarters on 4th, plays amongst personal narrative and local Long Beach style as well as his broader arts and activist community.

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Nat Iosbaker
natiosbaker@gmail.com

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Artist Work

Bi- Way Market (2017)
A ghost sign on 4th and Bonito. When a storm tore off the vines at the top of the wall, I approached Bi- Way Market to paint what would look like a revealed sign underneath the leaves. As the vines continue to grow, the sign will disappear.

Butterscotch: Moto & Bean (2017)
A relic of Long Beach deco architecture, this wall mounted sign was painted for a new shop in the East Arts Village. Also included in this client's project was a window sign, store hours, address, light box, and A-frame.

The Allery (2017)
The Allery brings in upcoming local artists to install 4 large paintings several times a year as part of the First Fridays Art Walk in Bixby Knolls. This portrait is of Tony Arredondo, a local chef and business owner.