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Art: Suénalo Poster by Iron Forge Press

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Poster created by Iron Forge Press
Fort Lauderdale-based Iron Forge Press creates some of the most eye-popping rock posters we've ever seen. Whenever possible, we'll share their designs right here on Crossfade.

South Florida's own tropical funk act Suénalo gets represented by a mythical, six-armed, one-man Blue Man Group for this charming illustration courtesy of Scotty Baldwin and design by Iron Forge's Chuck Loose. The print was created for Suénalo's performance over the weekend at Jazid in Miami Beach -- and is done with enough skill that we wonder how many arms each of the creators have on their bodies.

Get an even closer look at the poster at the Iron Forge blog.

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