Hello! We’re Flash Flood, a screen printing studio located in the Historic Kendall Whittier neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma. We produce exceptionally screen printed goods for our clients both near and far.
We formed in 2012, when a shared love of the screen printing process brought our two founders together. On a shoestring budget, we channelled our DIY roots to gather and build equipment. Our very first jobs were printed in May’s garage, with some memorable moments reclaiming screens outside during a bitter Oklahoma winter. We’ve worked all hours of the day and night, made the right moves (made just as many mistakes!), and most importantly, made lots of new friends. Fast forward a few years and we’ve since grown to our current 4000 sq ft studio and a handful of dedicated team members.
One thing has remained the same through the years – every job we print is infused with just as much creativity and passion as those first magical projects.
May Yang has a BFA in Graphic Design and Printmaking from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a Professional Printer's Certificate from the Tamarind Institute of Lithography.
Outside of her work at Flash Flood, May creates mixed media artwork that combines her love of screen printing, graphic design, drawing, painting and collage. She has exhibited works both in-state and beyond.
May enjoys watching terrible TV to unwind, can't pick a favorite color to save her life, and is always on a quest for the perfect mac and cheese recipe.
Nick Nold has made a name for himself in the commercial screen printing community through ten years of reliable, high quality work in an industry where details are often ignored.
His printing expertise has been commissioned by a variety of esteemed businesses ranging from the small and local to the internationally known. Previous clients include Cain's Ballroom, Soundpony, Dwelling Spaces, and Hilti.
Nick enjoys drawing cute things, tending bar and telling silly jokes.
Daniel has 15 years of design experience in various fields such as logo and t-shirt design, and hand lettering. He currently assists Flash Flood with graphic design, as well as preparing client art for production.
In his free time, Daniel makes music with his wife (Black Salt), paints and listens to dark minimal techno.
Daniel does not enjoy stretched out fonts and pullover hoodies.
Voted most popular member of Flash Flood, many of our clients make special trips just to visit with our furry friend. It's okay, you can admit it – you're here just for him!