Brian Trybus Designs Studio

2520 LAR is the working studio for Denver creative Brian Trybus, where he generates modern style sculpture & photorealism masterpieces.  Brian excels in design work, exhibiting a creative knack for commercial bar / pub, furniture & cabinet design.  In addition, the family owned facility provides ample space to allow Brian & wife Michele to exhibit, display & promote the work of select members of the art community; making 2520 LAR a complete source for fine contemporary art, unique design elements & creative design work. 


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RiNo Art District
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Infused Metal Table
Designed by Brian Trybus.
Modern Abstract Sculpture
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BCT Sculpture - Brancusi Inspirations
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Combining passion for his work, a creative eye, unique design concepts, a high level of talent and years of experience to produce sculptural designs that merge a variety of materials, finishes & techniques.

Contemporary / MidMod Furniture Design
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Glass top

Furniture designs! 

Photorealism, Photographic Art & Graphic Design
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rosco in cowboy hat
retro air craft
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peru - machu pichu citadel (3)
Vintage Planes w Horse CO - mine
carhenge colorized
Snow on trees Flattops - mine
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Very cool photography & image work... from vintage black & white; historic & travel compositions shoot over the past 30 years; photojournalistic images capturing the "essence of the moment"; & artistically composed display images to digitally enhanced contemporary work. 

Brian Trybus

Artist Statement

Denver creative & multidisciplinary artist / designer Brian Trybus operates his working studio at 2520 Larimer Street in the original RiNo neighborhood.  The Trybus family are stake-holders with the RiNo Art District.  Brian brings creative vision, patience & passion to his work.  With an extensive "hands-on" background in photography, 3-D sculpting, graphic design, furniture design and commercial pub / space design.  His design elements exhibit thoughtful composition and a meticulous eye for detail while blending a variety of media into stunning creations.  Brian hand works his heart & soul into each design.

Photography / Graphic Design:

The artist applies a creative eye to capturing & manipulating images to generate a unique artistic expression in his photographic & graphic design image work.  Brian specializes in hand colorizing, contrasting and antiquing techniques learned "back-in-the-day" working with vintage black & white darkroom equipment & prints .  The same "old school" techniques have been adapted to his digital design work, providing a uniquely enhanced artistic presentation to his images.

Sculpture / 3-D Fine Art:
Brian is a prolific modern abstract sculptor.  His sculpture work is influenced by a blending of ancient art techniques with simple geometric shapes of the modern abstract art movements: Cubism, Dadaism & Surrealism.; as well as, some very fun Brutalism pieces.  His favorites amongst the visual artists include the works of Oswaldo Guayasamin, Salvador Dali; sculptor Constantin Brancusi; & contemporary sculptors Claudia Compte & Jae-Hyo Lee.

Industrial  / Furniture Design:

Brian’s contemporary industrial designs reflect the Mid-Century Modern “organic design philosophy” blended with Brutalist, Industrial, Wabi-sabi  & occasionally a bit of Steam Punk styling.  Brian also designs complete commercial pub spaces & has the managerial capability / experience to consult on / oversee full scale installations.  The most influential designers contributing to Brian’s furniture creations include: Percival Lafer, George Nakashima, Frank Lloyd Wright & Isamu Noguchi .  Each furniture design is created with the same passion and patience applied to his sculpture work and reflect Brian's own one-of-a-kind, hand-made, built-to-last style.

Education & Experience:
Brian earned a postgraduate degree (Masters—International Business) from Arizona State University where the "funnel-head" graduated with honors & enjoyed a variety of activities; including, being president of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity, a member of the wrestling team and was selected Who's Who in American Universities & Colleges (he partied a lot as well).  Initially contemplating work with the CIA until the William Casey incident, Brian shifted gears to become successful in the corporate arena while advancing his creative abilities shooting & developing film as his passion

(of over 30 years now).


Brian Married the "love-of-his-life" & moral "guiding light", Michele.  They are the proud parents of three wonderful

"free-range-raised" children: Conrad, Tiffany & Brian

(each with a creative streak). 


While raising his family Brian learned, instructed  & successfully competed in Judo (black belt & 3rd place finish in World Masters Judo Championship).  He enjoys rebuilding vintage cars & motorcycles.  Brian also started a variety business ventures; including, a full scale millwork factory, where he honed his industrial design; material processing, shaping &  joinery skills that now prove invaluable in producing his abstract sculpture creations & furniture designs. 

After completing his formal education & business stints Brian converted his passion for creativity into a full-time endeavor.  Brian's studies continue to this day through extensive world travel, a wide variety of interest, activity, experience and community involvement.  The artist has a firm belief in a "higher power" and lives accordingly.  Brian’s creative eye and passion for seeing the world have inspired much of his art & design work.

Define your space!

From the artist's mind & hands to your space. This bench is sculpted from local harvest beetle kill pine, natural flaws were infused with stone, the work was hand finished with durable "liquid glass" high gloss resin. Shown on the designer's "Colorado" Style metal legs which have been hand textured, antiqued & given a copper hue.