Dan Martins, originally from Portugal, is currently based in England but travels all over. His photography focuses on architecture, details, forms, and colours from his travels.
They say fashion is an art form, a sheer reflection of the soul, an expressive state of being. Fashion comes in all different shapes, styles and most of all colors. Jacked Fashion’s Alaska is no stranger to color, one look at her hot pink hair will confirm that. Taking inspiration from the Art Deco aesthetic of Miami, her collections embody a fearless attitude towards clothing.
The rolling of cool, crisp air and warm colored leaves; sweet reminders that Fall is here. Pffftt not in Miami, our only season variety is the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte, and yea its hot as hell. But for those of you like me, who buy overpriced “Apple Crisp” candles, rock the occasional [and unnecessary] scarf & boot combo and scour the shelves for anything that says pumpkin, this list is for you. I’ve done all the heavy sipping, and compiled my list of Miami’s Top 5 Fall Inspired Drinks. Because the way I see it, even your spirits should come with a little Seasoning.
Although the local art scene, in the geographically clustered area, took slightly longer to make it into the mainstream. Having finally done so, a light is shone on the underground talent that worked hard for years to get the scene to where it is. It also means that events are spreading throughout South Florida, along with growing excitement for the arts.
Last week, we shared Kevin Arrow and Barron Sherer’s digital project collaboration – PHOTOSTREAM #DDAFF2014. Since, we met Fringe project curator, Amanda Sanfilippo at Moira Holohan and Jenny Brillhart’s studio, where we got a look at the “making of” their Art Days public artworks. Rod Deal documented our visit with some stunning photographs. Today, we’re going to share what we found, plus other Fringe projects details…
Rad City Sticky Pop. Upon my first encounter with this term, I didn’t even know their name. At the time, all I saw was a group of dudes on stage in their bathing suits, the glitter on their nails sparkling as they shredded. Naturally, I was in Churchills Pub this particular night and from that first moment, the Miami-based band known as Plastic Pinks, made a lasting impression.