Prison skills don't always translate to the outside, though damn, that Boone's Farm guy is killing it. Taking a jailhouse hobby and turning it into a real-world career, Certified Customs' "Yeyo" Mondragon. While serving time in Nevada, Yeyo achieved penitentiary-wide acclaim doing pen & ink drawings on other inmates' regulation shoes, a service born of boredom that he now offers with surprisingly little fanfare at his vaunted S. Broadway streetwear shop. How the process works: hand Yeyo a pair of kicks from Air Force 1's to Chucks to Crocs (ok, maybe not Crocs) and give him an idea of what you want, and he'll paint your pair freehand, without using airbrushing, tape, stencils, or any other artist crutches, not even a grossly undeserved trust fund. In the past, he's done Nikes in various shades of green then tricked them out with actual ripped up $50s, turned an entire shoe-side into a portrait of Spiderman's face, and made it appear as if a pair of kicks got shot with "bullets" (complete with "trail of blood"); he's even tricked out football cleats, which Eddie Royal just remembered are the things you put on your feet before you catch passes. Mondragon's shop will also personalize t-shirts, hats, laptop cases, and people, via the ink studio in back, tattooing being another skill you can pick up on the inside...man, our prison system is one big vo-tech.