Peter Tunney's Inspirational Art

I was in Miami this past weekend and pleasantly stumbled upon artist, Peter Tunney, whose work is filled with inspirational messages, which I absolutely love. Tunney has been clean and sober for years, saying "I went to a party when I was 13, and when I left I was 43." Since then, Tunney has been cranking out incredible art filled with positive messages, using car hoods, surfboards, and other cool materials for his canvases. His art isn't cheap (the below range from $10,000 - $20,000), but If I was spending that kind of money on art, this would be a good place to start. Here are some of the photos I took:

"There Are No Accidents in the Universe" on the hood of a car.



"Gratitude" on a surfboard!



"The Time Is Always Now" -- I couldn't agree more!



"Nothing Happens, Unless First A Dream."



Pretty awesome, right?

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Jason Wachob
MBG Founder & CEO

As Founder & CEO of mindbodygreen, Jason's mission is to revitalize the way people eat, move, and live. He has been featured in The New York Times, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and Vogue. Jason has a BA in History from Columbia University, where he played Varsity Basketball for four years. His upcoming book, Wellth, will be published by Random House in February 2016. You can read about some of his favorite life lessons here.

About the Author
Jason Wachob
MBG Founder & CEO

As Founder & CEO of mindbodygreen, Jason's mission is to revitalize the way people eat, move, and live. He has been featured in The New York Times, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and Vogue. Jason has a BA in History from Columbia University, where he played Varsity Basketball for four years. His upcoming book, Wellth, will be published by Random House in February 2016. You can read about some of his favorite life lessons here.

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