Cxppington & ONE10LOGIC Presents: Run For Cover Gallery Exhibit
Produced by Cxppington and ONE10LOGIC, the Run For Cover Gallery Exhibit featured 20-25 carefully selected illustrations blown up to 36x36 and individualized for uniqueness.
Distribution of Heroin Farms 2 by Mooch and Farmabeats Vinyl Release
Mooch, of the underground hip hop group Da Cloth and producer Farmabeats collaborated for the follow up album Heroin Farms 2, they trusted ONE10LOGIC with the packing, shipping and distribution of the vinyl albums.
Drapeau Noir at Catch One in Los Angeles, CA
Produced by Rochester-based hip hop group Da Cloth and ONE10LOGIC, DRAPEAU NOIR featured a stacked lineup of some of the most respected underground hip hop artists from New York and Rochester and brought them to the west coast for one unbelievable show. ONE10LOGIC secured the venue, booked the artists, and produced the show merchandise as well as recruited Philadelphia designer Pat “Pecue” Quinn to create the poster and ticket design.
Big Ghost Ltd and CXP Exclusive Merchandise Drop
Following the success of “What Has Been Blessed Cannot Be Cursed” by Big Ghost Ltd & Conway the Machine, Big Ghost Ltd and legendary album art designer Cxppington took the critically acclaimed art from the album cover to the screenprinter to bring fans wearable art. The exclusive merchandise drop featured The Cursed Priest and the Ghosts N Rejects printed on high quality heavyweight Champion reverse weave fleece in purple and black respectively and a black precision stitched 9Fifty New Era snapback featuring The Cursed Priest. ONE10LOGIC not only facilitated the production of these pieces but also organized, packaged, and shipped all orders from its headquarters within 72 hours of purchase. This exclusive merchandise sold out in the first three days.
Gimme the Juice Presents...
Exclusively produced by ONE10LOGIC, this sold out show would come to be the passion project that started it all. From A to Z, ONE10LOGIC handled every aspect of this event; from securing the legendary Hi-Ho Lounge, and booking the artists, to coordinating and funding artist travel, as well as recruiting legendary visual artist, Chris B. Murray to design the Gimme the Juice logo. The success of this show and the relationships it fostered would eventually facilitate a podcast with a cult-like following and secure ONE10LOGIC as a serious player in the hip hop space.