Demon Pack Brings Fashion to The Manor

If you are familiar with the live entertainment that accompanies the dancing, imbibing, and flirting at The Manor on Saturday night they are offering something special for Saturday, November 20. At one a.m. Brett Schmidt will present a fashion show, highlighting both his tee-shirt designs and animation.

Schmidt, who is originally from Texas, studied art at Sarasota’s famed Ringling College of Art Design, draws from a variety of sources for inspiration. Along the way he also did some designs for Harley Davidson. He has been based in Miami and Fort Lauderdale for the past three years.

“My style is a mix of elements from comic books, which is a big influence on my work, as well as organic, free flowing images,” says Schmidt whose website also showcases his animation. “Designers like Stephen Bliss are also a big inspiration because he started doing tee shirts and now he works with Rock Star Games as a Senior Artist.”

Stephen Bliss recently reached out to Schmidt to give him kudos on his designs. Tee shirts with tattoo, tribal, or other funky graphics are all the rage now – seemingly across the board, regardless of age or gender.

The one a.m. show will offer more than models in Demon Pack designs, Schmidt’s animation will be played throughout the night as well.

“In addition to the models, we have an awesome concept for the show,” said Schmidt who won’t give anything else away.

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