Four Seasons Wall Art - CODAworx

Four Seasons Wall Art

Submitted by Julian Sandpaper

Client: Four Seasons Costa Palmas

Location: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Completion date: 2023

Artwork budget: $106,000

Project Team

Art Consultancy

Elizabeth Corkery

Print Club Ltd.

Project Manager

Trent Dean

Contract Consultant


Successfully completed a $100,000 art project commissioned by the Four Seasons in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Our project team crafted over 140 art pieces, enhancing the opulent residences at Costa Palmas Marina and Yacht Club in Cabo San Lucas. These bespoke villas showcase our custom artwork, seamlessly blending luxury with Cabo’s adventurous spirit.


The inclusion of custom wall art in this project aims to elevate the sophistication of the residences while capturing the adventurous essence of Cabo San Lucas. Comprising 140 pieces, each artwork seamlessly merges luxury with the vibrant energy of the East Cape, enriching the overall ambiance and imparting a sense of exclusivity for residents and guests alike.

Infusing ocean-inspired art into the development was instrumental in shaping the identity and ambiance of the Costa Palmas Marina and Yacht Club. Strategically placed above master beds and adorning key walls, the custom wall art adds a touch of sophistication and individuality to the villas. Each piece serves as a captivating reflection of Cabo's awe-inspiring natural beauty, enhancing the overall experience for residents and visitors alike.

Ultimately, the integration of custom wall art played a pivotal role in the project's success. Beyond enhancing aesthetic appeal, it contributed to the narrative and sense of place within the community. By blending luxury with adventure, the artwork helped establish the residences as sought-after destinations, offering an unparalleled living experience amidst the breathtaking backdrop of the Cabo San Lucas.


Print Club, the art consultancy, facilitated the initial connection between Julian Sandpaper and the Four Seasons Costa Palmas residents, ensuring that the artist's vision aligned with the project's objectives.

Once Julian Sandpaper was selected for the commission, Trent Dean was hired as the project manager to oversee the art installation. His role involved coordinating the project team to ensure that the commissioned artwork met the desired specifications and timelines.

Throughout the process, communication played a vital role in ensuring that everyone involved was aligned with the project's goals and expectations. Regular meetings, updates, and feedback sessions helped streamline the workflow and address any challenges or changes that arose during the project.

Additional Information

The commissioned art pieces for this project exude a serene and tranquil aesthetic, emphasizing a sense of calm and peacefulness within the interior spaces. Painted predominantly in white, these artworks are detailed, inviting intrigue and contemplation without overwhelming the senses. Each piece is thoughtfully crafted to evoke a sense of serenity and quiet elegance, creating a harmonious atmosphere that fosters relaxation and introspection. With their subtle yet intricate designs, the art pieces serve as focal points within the residences, drawing the eye with their understated beauty and delicate craftsmanship. Their minimalist color palette and refined detailing contribute to an overall sense of tranquility, encouraging residents to pause and appreciate the subtle nuances of their surroundings.