Unique to the Rainbow experience is our beautiful murals covering a majority of the wall space.
Entering Rainbow, you are greeted by "Dorothy and the boys" in a Land of Oz collage. There is also a tribute in the entranceway to CLAWS, one our favorite charities. Throughout the property, depictions of local personalities, visiting guests, a 50's style diner, and the famous Myrtle Beach Pavilion are among our famous works of art.
Our resident artist, Sheik Ster, painted all of the murals and "Rainbow Venus". Sheik is a nationally published freelance illustrator, cartoonist, caricaturist, tattooist, mural artist, writer, actor, and professional wrestler.
A graduate of the Art Institute of Atlanta, Sheik got his start airbrushing T-shirts for tourists years ago on Ocean Boulevard here in Myrtle Beach.
In 1992, Geffen Records commissioned Sheik to produce artwork for recording artist Jackyl. He has also custom painting wrestling tights and gear for legendary pro wrestler Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, as well as the now-infamous "Crippler" Chris Benoit.
In January of 2007, after a six year wrestling career, Sheik won the TWA Southern Heavyweight Championship in the TWA arena in Dalton, Georgia. Sheik then appeared as cannibal-cult hunting Bob Neeler in the independent film "Six Degrees of Desperation".