"If I can do something I love that can help (others), then why not?" Brian Druckenmiller gave as his explanation for his new business.
Druckenmiller thought of the idea for Good For Something Murals in September when he noticed a trend among his peers.
"A lot of my friends are having babies," he said. "I thought I could do nurseries, then who knows?"
Mushrooms and woodland creatures are on display in one of Brian Druckenmiller’s nursery murals.
For now, Druckenmiller has been painting a variety of murals in nurseries -- jungle themes, sports and cars.
What he likes doing best is abstract and surrealism, which he said he might do for older people in the future, but he does in his spare time for fun.
The name of the business comes from Druckenmiller's desire to help others through his art.
Good for Something
"For every job, I donate a little to Ghana kids," he said. "The name was catchy, too."
The portion of the proceeds he donates is to the Royal Seed Orphanage Home, which is a platform that supports the orphanage in Odipong Ofakour, Ghana. Druckenmiller said he spent time and cared for the children there, which is why he chose it.
"I kind of give them a little bit (of the portions from every project or purchase)," he said. "It helps them eat. It doesn't go to the organization. It goes to the owner."
While Druckenmiller only has been working with nurseries lately, he has plans for more projects in the future. He said he would like to work on bigger projects, such as murals for the city, pediatricians' offices and health clinics.
"I would like to do charity jobs if I can," he said.
Each project is completely different, depending on what the person wants.
Druckenmiller said he prefers artistic freedom when a person has an idea for a mural and he works off it.
Since the age of 5, he started creating art.
"I always enjoyed it," Druckenmiller said. "I didn't always know I wanted to be a muralist. I always wanted to be an artist, that's for sure. I'm trying to do it to benefit me, but help those kids just a little bit. It means a lot to those kids."
For more information, visit goodforsomethingmurals.com.