Of course, as Miamians, we’ve always wondered this. What Would Shula Do? So we drew him in all his 70’s hardnosed glory. And printed some tees. And contributed a grey scale version to a local zine “Pegajoso” by the always talented David Iglesias. We hope the Don likes it! Special thanks to David, Jerry Morris, Quake, Abstrk, Crook, & Rage Johnson for all contributing in some way, shape, or form.
When Joey Scoreseze handed us one of his newest mixes, a strange reconstruction of various 70’s and 80’s zombie movie scores, we knew we had to handle the visual aspect of the album. It spoke to us, from beyond the grave. Our idea was a post apocalyptic Miami, from the vantage point of our very own street, and it just sort of escalated from there. Special shouts to Joey, Jerry Morris, and Quake, for coming together on this appetizing project.
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…!
This project was conceived by Javier Betancourt, co-owner of Ocho Placas Tattoo in Miami, who wanted to put together a book showcasing some of the best young tattoo artists from around the world. We stepped in and worked on the logo, photo-correcting the massive amount of images he had collected, laying out the book in an organized manner, and then helping to find a great natural canvas cover stock with black foil debossing, and a smooth MacGregor paper stock for the inside pages. It was an extremely limited release, but we were excited to see how well it was received, even being recognized with a Florida Print Award. Thanks for the opportunity Javi! Special thanks to Joe Clary for the cool pics!
Had the extreme pleasure of being approached by our beloved Miami Marlins to create original graffiti styled scoreboard artwork for every player on the roster. Here’s a few of our favorites…Thanks Larry Blocker, and also Quake, Jerry Morris, Atomik, Abstrk, and Pucho for contributing!
Had a great time doing this illustration and layout for our good friends John Vale and Jennifer Taylor, for their wedding invitations. Printed on a nice 10 pt. linen stock. Congrats!
Did this simple but effective illustration and layout based off one of Tony’s pencil drawings. The final product is a 4″ circle vinyl sticker, 1 color screen print, w/ laminate coating. Thanks Tony!
Original illustration, layout and poster prints for the Pine Hill Haints show at 5 Points Lounge / Kreepy Tiki in Ft. Lauderdale, FL… Good times, great show.
Fun one for Odd Future’s Halloween Show here in Miami. Using glow-in-the-dark ink. Illustrated by Brian Butler, Pucho, and Quake….Screenprinted by the great Iron Forge Press, and organized by Primary Flight.
Design & thermography business card prints on a linen stock paper for tattoo artist Felipe Reinoso.