Hi Voltage is located in an abandoned PPL power STATION, a perfect place for a print shop.
Mike + Tracy.
After squeaking by at Shippensburg U. with a fancy business computer info degree, Mike did what all graduates do: hauled ass to San Francisco to be a messenger on the mean streets. The best part was that he was exposed (in a good way) to the counter-culture scene of art, hotrods, and rock & roll. There he found Tracy, a messenger girl with the same ideas and a love for cooking and gardening. They have been together ever since.
After meeting super talents like the Firehouse Rock poster guys, Rene Garcia Jr, Courtney @ Lucky Mule, and Eric Joyner they figured that there had to be a way to make a living with art and design. From this Lo-Fi Customs was born. After a few years and 25 art shows later it was time to try their luck on the east coast. Harrisburg was a good landing spot due to the central location to Philly, New York, DC, and Baltimore, and the warehouse spaces available everywhere. An old PPL power station was found and the fun began. Thus the new name: Hi-Voltage Productions!!
Sadly Molly "Head of security" passed away while on duty. It took a year or so but Daisy has stepped up to keep the villainous groundhogs at bay. You can't block out those eyes.