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Design of the Week—Ricardo Cavolo is taking over the world



Macklemore and Ryan Lewis album cover by Ricardo Cavolo

Since publishing The Incantations of Daniel Johnston, we've been stumbling into Ricardo Cavolo's illustrations everywhere it seems. From skateboards to album covers to surfboards. And that's even excluding the murals for Urban Outfitters, the Montreal Airport, and Fox Sports Mexico.

Following are a few of our favorites:

surfboard design by Ricardo Cavolo

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis merch by Ricardo Cavolo

Beasley skateboard by Ricardo Cavolo

Andrew Reynolds skateboard by Ricardo Cavolo

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 13 July, 2016 Ricardo Cavolo, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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