ABOUT SEAN STARR
Blending his background as an artist, sign painter, designer and illustrator, Sean Starr has achieved an international reputation and a wide range of exhibitions while working with other artists such as The Cranberries, Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsay Buckingham and The Toadies.
Starr was featured in the film “Sign Painters” and his work for companies like the Gap, Indian Motorcycle and Sony Music has seen coverage in publications such as the Discovery Channel, NBC, Juxtapoz and ArtForum magazines as well as dozens of other media outlets. 

The studio continually works with a wide variety of clients that include Sony Music, NBC Television, The GAP, Ocean Spray and Indian Motorcycle as well as celebrity clients such as Reese Witherspoon, Fleetwood Mac's Lindsay Buckingham, the bands The Cranberries and The Toadies. Regular clients also include a wide variety of museums and historical societies and municipalities. 
HISTORY OF STARR KUSTOM PAINT
Sean was raised in South Texas by a drag racing, Golden Gloves boxer from Cleveland, Ohio named Dale Starr. Dale started Starr Kustom Paint in 1977 in San Antonio, Texas and in just a few short years, Starr Kustom Paint became the regional favorite for pinstriping and custom paint and lettering on vehicles all over South and West Texas. 
Sean started working full time with his Dad when he was 14 in the mid 1980s working out of the back of his father's ‘72 Chevy station wagon, customizing thousands of cars, trucks, airplanes and Willie Nelson's tour bus. 
Sean has worked extensively for the Paul Andrews Car Collection in Fort Worth, Indian Motorcycle, as well as individual car and motorcycle owners and has quickly become a fixture in the classic car culture of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. 
Sean was featured in the book and film "Sign Painters" see the trailer below.
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