An iconic brand needs an iconic address. We created a series of engaging designs that would urge the public to discover the Ray-Ban flagship store in the SOHO district of New York City.
Left: The Guys from Colossal Media doing it big! Right: Rolling along Broadway
Spotted in Times Square.
Out of Print
Out of Print: Pushing the Boundaries in the Art of Print
March 19 - May 29, 2016
Morning Breath was invited to be a part of this exhibition at The Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The body of work in this exhibit serves as an example. The essence of this boils down to the fact that there are many printers today who go outside the intended medium and may also use it to display atypical subject matter. Printing is one of the oldest forms of art. Woodblock printing was the first to develop as early as 220 A.D. in China. From this point, printing evolved into many forms, most memorably by way of the invention of the printing press around 1440 that served as the most efficient way to educate the masses through newspapers and books. And yet, in all this time, the medium is still relevant, but more important, artists are finding new ways with which to use old methods. This exhibition showcases a select handful of artists who are reshaping the old ways into new on multiple levels. One exemplar of this is Ravi Zupa’s “Stike Everywhere” series. Zupa did not use a linoleum block typical to a printing press, but a traffic cone that had been flayed open and carved into. The carvings are of police violence and the traffic cone is a tool police use as well. These images are then mounted to match boxes to help display the rising number of powder keg cities as they struggle with police/civilian conflicts. This is one such way in which print is pushed into new realms. This body of work serves as evidence that traditional printing is far from obsolete, but it will continue to be used and expanded by artists looking for new ways to express themselves: in with the new, and out and with the old.
Exhibiting artists include: Bill Fick, Chuck Sperry, Crystal Wagner, Dennis McNett, Greg Gossel, Morning Breath, Ravi Zupa, and Troy Lovegates.
Shine Mural Festival
Made up of local artists and community members, SHINE is a not-for-profit public art project, intended to illuminate the power of art in public spaces by revitalizing areas, inspiring dialogue and uniting our community—while cultivating new standards of artistic excellence and reflecting St. Petersburg’s creative and vibrant spirit. From September 1st – 12th, 2015 SHINE will transform the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida into a curated, open-air museum showcasing 10+ large-scale murals by internationally renowned and local artists with additional art exhibits and events throughout the city.
WeWork Mural Project
Artists Doug Cunningham and Jason Noto, co-founders of the creative branding and design studio Morning Breath, have made a name for themselves in the music, skateboarding, and snowboarding crowds with their big-name album covers, original art, and quirky murals. Here, they create an awesome design for us at WeWork Dumbo Heights.
Video: WeWork Mural Project
Velocity Office Gallery
In Fall of 2015 Morning Breath was commissioned to create artwork to decorate and bring the office space of Velocity to life. Several dozen framed prints, A skateboard art installation, and Wall graphics for the elevator bay and office entrance were created. Using the brand properties of Viacom (the parent company) as inspiration, Morning Breath was able to transform the company's space into an exciting gallery space.
DJ Qbert Extraterrestria -interactive double LP
QBert’s Kickstarter funded Extraterrestria album features a set of working Bluetooth MIDI decks and controls that connect to iOs and OSx. Touching the paper connects to the Algoriddim DJAY app, allowing the user to scratch, mix and fade any songs they load into the software.
Complete with two decks, a cross fader and an array of SFX buttons beautifully printed onto paper using printed electronics created by Novalia and artworkdesigned by Morning Breath for DJ QBert, the decks demonstrate the possibilities for interconnectivity between the physical and digital in a way that can enhance user experience.
Left: Die Cut Cover Artwork - Right: Animated Record
Left: Record/ Code Decoder Art - Right: Inner Record Sleeve 2
Left: Inside Gatefold Panel Art - Right: Interactive Midi Controller
Video: Interactive Album Art
Ray Ban's Emoticons
Morning Breath created a series of animated emoticons for the Regards X Ray Ban's app for mobile devices.
Tired of the same old emoticons? Ray-Ban Regards aims to fix that by introducing new GIFs and images to your mobile device. Featuring new artists and a growing arsenal of designs, download Regards and begin saying what you’ve always wanted to say.
A Selection of T-Shirt graphics we've done over the years for many apparel brands.
Music Packaging And Related Artworks
Over the past 15 years Morning Breath has Art Directed & Designed many music packages for a wide range of genres. Working with both small independent labels and just about every major label they have been the design team behind over 100 albums. In 2004 the duo were nominated for a grammy for their design of AFI's "Sing The Sorrow" limited edition album package.
12" SINGLE -BRAND NEW " I AM A NIGHTMARE" ( die-cut circle w/ lyrics engraved onto b-side)
Artwork Morning Breath has Art Directed and Designed over the years for Foo Fighters.
Left: Unpublished Tour Poster for The Rolling Stones Right: Punk flyers designed for Foo Fighters "secret" band "The Holy Shits"
One of our favorite projects to have been a part of - Queens of the Stone Age "Era Vulgarus"