‘Nitsa 94/96: el giro electrónico’, is a documentary reflecting the beginnings of the iconic night club Nitsa. The visual idea is based on the turning dance floor that the club used to have. In order to create 150 unique posters, Mucho invented a turning wooden surface that would allow them to turn the paper in a silkscreen machine, printing at a different angle each time. Each poster has a flourescent colour dot that refers to acid drugs as well as vinyl proportions.