Over The Breaks is a design house and typography clinic run by Nik Brovkin. His Clients are and have been David's Tea, Little Burgundy, GURU Energy Drink, CultMTL,Nomadic Massive, The Narcicyst and Concordia University to name a few.
OTB has been responsible for most of the branding for The Medium, Narcy and many musical endeavours in Montreal. Nik is one of the most sought after designers in the city.
Nestled between an independent architectural firm and the streets, FAKE is one of Montreals' premiere brands and boutiques for street culture and art enthusiasts. Run by Louis and Alex, their graffiti experience and passion for the arts fuels this subversive 5-year project that has become a mainstay in Montreal music and arts Culture.
TheFakeStore.com is an online retailer of some of top sportswear/streetwear brands.
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Founded by director/producer Ali F. Mostafa , AFM Films is the leading Emarati production house focused on film. Mostafa had the vision of setting the UAE up as one of the leading production hubs in the region, with clients in both commercial and creative realms. His premiere feature film CITY OF LIFE is being followed up by FROM A TO B and RISE.
Mochilla is a production company formed by photographers Eric Coleman and B+ in 1997. The pair were working together on a music video for DJ Shadow near the pyramids outside Mexico City. One day during a conversation with the Mexican producer in an attempt to explain their philosophy of shooting they stumbled on the Spanish word for backpack. Mochilla.
In 1997 backpack was an almost derogatory term for independent hip-hop. Backpackers kept their rhyme books or spray cans with them at all times and this required a bag. The bag would be slung across their backs so that they would be mobile. “If the equipment doesn’t fit in the backpack we wont shoot it” became the defining rule in the formation of Mochilla.
It was part practical adage (both photographers being committed to a practice that prioritizes engagement over production values) — part nod to the group of film makers called Dogma started by Lars Van Triers. Ten years later Mochilla has produced five music videos, four documentaries, several ad campaigns, a remix album and more than forty album covers and continues to grow.
Both Coleman and B+ have taken their respective fields to new heights selling films to the Sundance Channel, being distributed by Ninja Tune touring Europe several times executing campaigns for Adidas, Dickies, Alphanumeric and Vans. They both have successful solo careers but their continuing collaboration is housed at Mochilla.
Mochilla continues to grow — from successful production house to nose flute peddlers.