World Famous Massachusetts Design Shop Works With Motley Crue, Boston Bruins, and More
I knew New England had some talented people, but one artist from Massachusetts has his art work in hall of fames, on massive stages worldwide, and more.
Jesse Acciacca owns Jesse Custom Design in Willmington, Massachusetts.
His love for art started very young: “I always kind of drew things that I liked, and I would copy my favorite characters. Superheroes, Superman, Batman,” he said in a WCVB article.
Well, his early passion and graduating top of his class at a private Boston art school has led him to some fame designing guitars, hockey masks, and more for some high-profile individuals.
“From 2008, every Motley Crue tour, I’ve had my artwork on stage with Vince,” he said to WCVB.
From guitars for Motley Crue to hockey masks for Boston Bruin's goalie, Tuukka Rask, Jesse's work is everywhere.
“It’s surreal. Because I still, at heart, have the passion for it that I did then,” he said to WCVB. “I forget how lucky I am.”
Jesse's work has been spotted on the local stage, like the TD Garden, but also nationally.
He designed the helmet of Boston College Women’s Hockey goaltender Molly Schaus, who would eventually be inducted into the BC Interruption Hall of Fame.
Jesse was able to see his artwork displayed nationally when Schaus represented it in the 2014 US Olympics.
When you walk into Jesse Custom Design, you are sure to be wowed with artwork and accolades.
Check out some more of his work below.
Pretty cool that this local artist has artwork worldwide, and you wouldn't even know it was his.