Location: New Mexico

Daddy-O Designs




Buying his first airbrush in 1971, Willie Fisher was hooked and opened Gemini Airbrush in 1974, where he specialized in airbrushing T-shirts at car shows nationwide. After traveling on the road for over 20 years, Fisher was ready to settle down and focus on his artwork. Gemini Airbrush was retired and Fisher redefined himself with Daddy-O Designs, where he customizes just about anything from bikes to furniture. Occasionally traveling locally, he attends hot rod conventions and tattoo shows, and earned a feature in Skin & Ink magazine. His work has also been highlighted in Street Chopper, Lowrider, Airbrush Action and Truckin magazines and he designed the logo for Food Network's Tricked Out Tailgating.





Airbrush Action delivers to its readers the exciting world of airbrush, airbrushing, airbrush artists, art, and other cutting-edge forms of painting. Editorial includes use of stencils, airbrush makeup, airbrush tanning, body art, the spectrum of paint brands and colors, array of kits, airbrush sets, brushes, models, airbrush tattoo, airbrush compressor, compressors, paint, Iwata airbrushes (trigger, double-action, single action, price) and tons more. The airbrush is one of the most dynamic art tools available and Airbrush Action has been demonstrating that for more than 26 years.