ELEVN10 creative is an award winning design house out of Louisville, KY. Ran by creative Gary "SNO." Tunnell. He first got in to design in 2010 when he came across photoshop on his family’s computer. After teaching himself the basics from watching YouTube videos, he realized he had a real passion for design and decided to go back to school that next semester. Always a creative person, he was able to learn the science/art of design fairly quick and plunged head first in to creating in various forms from artwork, clothing to visuals and everything in-between.
ELEVN10 takes great pride in our work & the details that go in to every single project. In a world where our attention is pulled in so many different directions at once, the proper presentation of elements is more important than ever. We truly enjoy helping bring people's visions to life, value the relationships built and understand that every project is a collaborative effort between ELEVN10 and the client. Our design style is a balance between minimal and urban which allows us to work with companies and individuals of all backgrounds. We specialize in logos, flyers, brochures, merch, banners, album artwork, and branding in the print and digital format but are always ready to take on a new challenge and expand our skill set.
SNO. was recognized by AAF-Louisville and given a “Silver Louie” for his work in elements of advertising. He’s had the pleasure of working with celebrities such as Karlous Miller, Chico Bean, & DC Young Fly (from 85 South Show / MTV’s Wild'n Out), Bblasian (former Cinematic Music Group artist), DJ KaySlay (Shade45 radio personality), along with other clients all across the U.S. He was also recognized by Lil Wayne (Grammy winner/Young Money Records artist) after he saw his Carter V album artwork concept.
ELEVN10 is also the home to streetwear brand BRKEMGL$. Inspired by hip hop, art, culture and life. The brand was created through a partnership with SNO. and his best friend C in 2014 when they released the inaugural collection. It ended up being shelved later that year due to life, but re-launched in 2019 during the pandemic.