Killective MITCHELL & NESS | Killective


Killective. More than a brand; It's a way of life, a state of mind and above all a collection of individuals working in synchrony to share with the world their passions. Founded by Carlos Macedo and Jonathan "Boston" Andrade, Killective, is a reflection of Carlos's world famous art. Made to inspire the uninspired, lead by example, chase dreams, and reach unimaginable heights.

Carlos Macedo

Carlos is a tattoo artist from Los Angels, California. Specializing in portraits and religious styles he has tattooed many musicians, athletes, and artists from around the world over the last 10 plus years. His clients include Sean "Diddy" Combs, The Game, Carmelo & Lala Anthony among others.

Mitchell & Ness | Killective

Killective would like to partner with Mitchell & Ness as its headwear and apparel provider because of the brands reputation for quality and creating best in class headwear and apparel. Carlos's art is widely considered among the best in the world and he wants to be sure that the headwear and apparel that he and Killective are providing to his clients is held in the same regard. Killective is a brand that intersects sports, music, fashion, and culture via Carlos's clientele. A space that brands can rarely penetrate without feeling forced. With this partnership both Killective and Mitchell & Ness will be providing world class product, art, and design organically through genuine relationships.

Distribution Plan

  • Gifted and sold to Carlos's clientele during sessions.
  • Killective Gallery pop up locations where the product will be sold alongside Carlos's canvas work. The first Killective Gallery pop up was held in Miami this year at Art Basel where Carlos sold canvas work and also had live tattoo sessions via appointment only with some of his clients. Our second pop up will be in Houston during Super Bowl LI weekend.

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