A couple of weeks ago I rolled into Miami on a Friday evening to produce a private event @ 10PM. Had to be on the road back to ATL by Sunday morning, so there was no time to waste. Caught the Puma Clyde Launch @ShoeGallery, From there headed to the Mandarin Hotel for the event, which ended way later than expected. Finally called it a wrap @ 4:30 am and headed back to the JW Marriot to cool out. @ 5:30 AM left Marriot
A few weeks ago we ran drop on â€œQuentin vs. Coenâ€â€“ An art show tribute to the ï¬lms of Tarantino and the Brothers. Presented by Spoke Art NYC, its one of those shows that you would fly in just for the weekend to check out the opening nite. Then you hang out with your people, get wasted the whole time, and on the flight back Sunday afternoon feel insanley guilty for blowing too much loot and having such a good
APRIL 17â€“AUGUST 8, 2011 / THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art presents Art in the Streets, the first major U.S. museum exhibition of the history of graffiti and street art. The exhibition will trace the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating on key cities where a unique visual language or attitude has evolved. Follow
During the 80′s + 90′s there was a cadre of visual artists that helped to paint the face reggae music for fans outside of the Caribbean. Based on research, most notable was the man called Wilfred Limonious. It’s safe to say that this is due to his visual artistry for the original release of the legendary Stalag Riddim.
ï»¿Say what you want to about about the Googlezon, we’ve been early adopters of they’re biggest projects.Â Big BrotherÂ and Illuminati speculations aside, we were among the first to beta test Google Voice, Google Wave and their new cloud / developer storage program that we’re still trying to figure how to use.