Event Graphics

Flyer and event graphics was where we got our start and have continued to be a big influence on pushing us to explore new ideas.

Art direction, design, illustration and photography.

Promos: Static

Over the years we’ve amassed a large collection of static and animated promotional banners. These images were created from several sources like project left overs, digital sketchbooks, art projects and ongoing experiments in the lab.

Dreamworks Records

Cooler Kids CD and vinyl packaging, illustration and logo design.

Fun facts: Lead singer Sicely went to sing for Shiny Toy Guns and this Cooler Kids release was produced by Jill Cunniff from Luscious Jackson.


All photography by Joseph Cultice

Josh Wink

Philadelphia native Josh Wink, is an legendary DJ, label owner, producer, remixer, and artist. A pioneering DJ in the American rave scene during the early 1990s, Wink was the most prominent exponent of the tribal forms of techno and house music in the U.S. In 1995, he released several hits, including “Don’t Laugh”, “I’m Ready” (which hit number one on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart) and “Higher State of Consciousness,” which topped the dance charts in Europe. He has had many club hits such as “How’s Your Evening So Far?” and “Superfreak (Freak)” and has also gained a lot of attention for his remixes including Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails and Depeche Mode.

Fun fact: he appears in the music video for Digable Planets’ “Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)”.

Art direction, design and illustration.

CD Packaging

Back when CD’s were an everyday thing…

WBCN (Boston, MA)

Sandra Collins, Thrive Records (Los Angeles, CA)

His & Hers compilation, Thrive Records (Los Angeles, CA)

Miguel Migs, Salted Music (San Francisco, CA)

Har Mar Superstar, Dilettante Records (Los Angeles, CA)

The Point CD sampler (St. Louis, MO)

Timberlock Resort

We set out to reflect the unplugged feel and personality of one of the oldest family summer resorts in the Adirondacks of upstate New York with the website design of Timberlock.com.

“A rustic resort that enables its guests to connect to the magnificent lakeside setting and focus on time with family and friends, without the distractions of today’s fast paced life.”

Art direction, design and development.

Om Records

Om Records is a San Francisco based record label, established in 1995, which releases electronic music, dance music, and hip hop. We created the current Om logo as well as designing packaging for many of their artists including Kaskade, Bassnectar, Mark Farina, Juan Atkins, Andy Caldwell and Soulstice and identities for some ongoing series including House of Om, San Francisco sessions and Om: Miami.

Om logo and identity.

Mark Farina, Live In Tokyo

House of OM, Mark Farina

Samantha James, Rise

House of OM, Kaskade

House of OM, DJ Sneak



House of OM, Groove Junkies

OM: The United Nations of Future Music

Juan Atkins, Legends Volume 1

Electrolush compilation

Bassnectar, Underground Communication

Om: Winter Sessions 2

Om: Miami08

Andy Caldwell, Universal Truth

Marques Wyatt, Sound Design Volume 1


Starting in 2004 we worked with Anon in a close relationship. When we were first approached by the brand, there existed a small line of goggles with mostly solid colors and a few basic patterns. In a relatively short period of time, the brand very quickly grew into a diverse line of goggles, helmets and softgoods that continue to push the boundaries of graphic and material product applications. Each season, working closely with the in-house product and creative teams, we ensured the graphics and concepts we provided fit into the context of the larger Burton brand yet allowed the Anon brand to grow and operate as an independent entity. Anon continues to perform as one of Burton’s most successful divisions and is one of ASI’s top brands. Their rapid growth was achieved by working with the brand to revolutionize the way contemporary brands make themselves tastemakers in youth culture and forge a bond between themselves and their target market. We have created everything from web creative, advertising, catalogs, marketing materials and event graphics and in more recent years have focused on product graphics for the goggles and helmets.

If you’d like to see a whole ton of graphic work from our archive vault, check your bandwidth and click here for the longer story.  In the meantime, below is a sampling our work for Anon.

Goggle/helmet frame and strap graphics, treatments and details.

(Lifestyle/product photography Embry Rucker)