Eye Kandy Designs was started in August of 2004. R.J. Silva started doing renderings for friends at night while going to school for architecture and working at an architectural firm during the day.  Shortly after that, he went into business for himself and the business has expanded into much more then renderings. He now offers all types of printed material media from business cards to flyers and even large-scale banners, embroidery, screen printing, promotional items, and vinyl decals. Essentially anything someone would need to promote and advertise his or her business, club, or activity. Here is a sample of what Eye Kandy Designs has to offer.

Eye Kandy Designs

New-body–style Silverados are all the rage in the custom truck scene. This ’bagged version is a perfect example. Keeping it very simple, Airth Defined in Las Vegas, laid this Bow Tie out on a set of 22-inch Raceline Deceptives that have been painted to match. The body features a two-tone blue and white paint scheme with a simple white and black graphic. Paint-matched mirrors and a paint-matched tonneau cover add to the simple-looking theme while a billet grille insert and smoked taillights add a touch of custom.

Lifted, lovely, and luxurious, this 2011 Ford F-450 has it all. The truck sits high on a 10-inch Fabtech lift with 40-inch Toyo tires and 22-inch American Outlaw wheels. Before painting the tribal graphic over the red and black paint, fender flares were added to the front fenders and dualie fenders from a second-gen Super Duty were added, replacing the hideous new-body–style fenders. As if that weren’t enough, the owner is having his boat painted to match.

Trucks that can lay their frames on the ground but still tow heavy loads are amazing. A ’bagged Silverado that tows a matching 20-foot trailer filled with custom bikes is even sicker. This Silverado is what we are talking about. 22-inch Zinik Z23 Ruffino wheels tuck into the fenders neatly. The body features shaved door and tailgate handles, shaved gas door, and shaved taillights. Covering the body is a purple, silver, and black flamed paint scheme.

You may have seen the start of this at SEMA 2012, but if not, it is worth checking out. MBRP took their 2010 Jeep JK and converted it to a truck with the help of Jeeps Unlimited. The truck sits on a set of 47-inch Super Swamper TSL tires wrapped around 20-inch Stazworks wheels. A front winch, custom bumpers, a rollcage, skidplates, and lightbars are a few of the modifications that help this Jeep stand out in the crowd. To finish off the look, the Jeep is painted in a white paintjob with black and red graphic. We are looking forward to seeing the finished product.