AMLI Dadeland Mural Project


Multi Mural project at AMLI in Downtown Dadeland, and it was all worth it. Client wanted bright colors, pop art vibes and patterns, and quite a bit of square footage covered. Which is just what we like to hear! Our team covered 4 walls at the garage entrances, plus another wall within the garage, and a long stretch of wall in front of about 15 parking spaces. Our prep team came in and pressure washed everything first, then primed and base coated all the walls, and then clear coated everything once we had finished muralling it all up. Special thanks to Alicia at AMLI, and our guys Quake, Abstrk, and Suarez for putting the paint down in record time once again. We always enjoy beautifying grey spaces! #murals #muralpainting #handpaintedmurals #streetartmurals #miamimurals #miamistreetart #handpainted #miamistyle #miamiquake #abstrk #suarezism

One Day At A Time – Design District Miami


Tall wall in Miami’s Design District dedicated to Angeles, a local woman battling stage 3 cancer. Her strength inspired one of our artists, Abstrk, to put together a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for this project. It worked, and what you see here is the result. Special thanks to all who lent support, way too may to name here, as well as Angeles who was at the wall day and night for support(!). Also a special thank you to Abstrk for making it all go, Quake for putting together the typography treatment, and to Elissa for supporting the project from Day 1. We hope this wall has a good run on this long neglected property, and brings hope to many others!

University of Miami – 90 Year Anniversary Design


The University of Miami reached out to us to create a visual narrative of their history, for their 90 year anniversary exhibit in the main library. We were given full access to their photo archives, and created this “timeline” using some of our favorites. Since it was set in the Richter Library, we decided to give it the effect of torn paper, collaged and layered to reflect the history of the school. And for the adjacent wall we created a grid consisting of 90 photos of various people who have either attended or worked at UM, spanning the full 90 years. A “job” that was very close to our heart, we felt that our passion for this project really showed through. Extra special thanks to Dave and Javier at Miami Sign Shop for the intensive installation work, Jose Cabrera at UM for the amazing insight and enthusiasm, and Peter Vahan for the tricky photographic documentation, it’s all about the U…!

NHL’s Florida Panthers – Mural


Quick mural painted in 2 days for the Florida Panthers’ post NHL draft party in Fat Village, Fort Lauderdale. The Panther’s requested something graffiti style, but clean, using their team colors, logo, and a fun illustration we created with the palm tree and hockey stick. Special shouts to Quake and Rage for getting it done properly, Jill Weisberg for coordinating, and the good people of Fat Village for being so accommodating under intense Miami Summer conditions.

American Eagle Outfitters – Commercial Mural Shoot





Painted in 3 days with a team of 7 mural painters, all while American Eagle was shooting for a Spring Break campaign. But we got it done before the deadline, as usual. Original design by our good friend Lakwena in London. And special thanks to Teddy & Meghan Coleman for overseeing the project, flawlessly.

Fire Station 7 Signage.



Painted these for the busiest fire station in Miami, Little Havana’s Station 7!

Here we go again…


Well, we’re back. Expect to find alot of our work, past and present, posted here. It’s gonna be our our way of showing our portfolio, so to speak. Click on any of the categories listed on the side panel to view those specific type of jobs. And of course, stay Cushy.