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Disco Queen

A friend got in touch asking if there was anything we could think of by way of promotional ideas to assist with raising the profile of his fledgeling charity clothing label Disco Queen. Immediately I suggested stickers as a potential way to raise a little interest. Then I saw their logo and decided a neon wall version would be a good idea. 

Why I’m not quite sure as we’ve never attempted it before. But since when has that stopped us before?  It’s definitely not as easy as I first hoped but with a little work I’m pretty happy with the end result. 

Now we’ve got the logo in front of your eyeballs that’ll hopefully lead you to investigate further. Check @ladiscoqueen on Instagram for more…

Cheers

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The Lion’s Den

Goldbeard does not look happy at being erased…

The year is 1981. The place is the newly opened Lion’s Den club in Miami’s South Beach. Our time-travelling warrior poet Azrael Goldbeard is taking some well earned time off in the early 80’s as he fancied a bit of some sun and some disco dancing. Although lesser known than it’s New York counterpart, Studio 54, the Lion’s Den is very much along the same lines. Debauchery is the name of the game and Goldbeard is very much enjoying his time here. He’s currently thinking about nipping back to 77 and see what all the fuss was about. It’ll be a while until he’s back in grim and grimy 2019…

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Shiny Disco Ball

I have somewhat humorously called this piece Shiny Disco Ball. As I’m sure we’re all aware it is in fact a grey sphere of Doom. It’s presence in this universe can only mean trouble. Marvel at it’s sacred geometry but don’t look for too long or it’ll shatter your tiny mind into pieces. Why the blue and red stripes I hear you cry? Well to reveal that would be tantamount to sacrilege. And I won’t be doing that on a Tuesday.

She’s ominously on A3 paper and is made using the magic of imagination, spraypaint and stencils. Drop us a line if interested.

Cheers

id-iom

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