Walk around town and you’ll find Infoeand Ahol everywhere you go! These Miami sticker kings are taking their prolific talents to South Beach this Saturday for the Stick-Up Kids exhibition at Kill Your Idol.
Thanks to Jerry’s Artarama,Like Mike Clothing, and the venue 100% of all art sales will go to support #JusticeForReefa.
The Go! Shop presented the Strangeways group show at the Nice Look Gallery at the Wynwood Walls in celebration of the Strangeways Magazine release.
The group exhibition featured various artists who have contributed to past publications and the new magazine debut. Kubiat Nnamdie, Johnny Laderer, Augor, Dana Goldstein, Emmett Moore, Nick Lobo, Monica Uszerowicz, Steve Saiz, Jessy Nite, Brian Butler, Ahol, Denise Ekendahl, Patti Hernandez, Jill Weisberg, Luis Pinto and John Vale represented Miami as a strong group of up and coming artists. They showcased some of their most recent works ranging in artistic practice from video to sculpture, photography, site specific installation, drawing and print.
MXYTSPLYK is a man. A man of small words. A man of no words.
A couple of years ago, when I first moved to the Design District/Wynwood area, the now demolished Chiquita Banana Plant (above) was still on NE 2nd and 33rd street. The plant particularly caught my eye because back then we were developing the “tropi” brand and banana’s were one of the symbols we initially used to associate it.
As I got to know the locals, I discovered that the Chiquita Banana Plant I had my eyes on had been hit up by a local artist. I’ve gotten to know the artist and have been following his sketches, photography, and street art ever since.
And so, it is without further ado that I introduce to you MXYTSPLYK.
My homie Ahol Sniffs Glue has been killing it in the digital realm with his #BiscayneWorld series of virtual artwork.
As always, he’s been keeping it real. The digital artwork reaches out through multiple platforms to our generation of millennials. It is an observance of the real Miami (and its peoples) otherwise hidden beneath the magic and disco dust that sweeps through the city.
Now that we’ve caught our breath,
we put together a Miami Art Week 2012 Retrospective - a
series of photos and galleries that capture some of our favorite
events and artworks.
This collection of photographs only
captures a small fragment of what went down in Miami the first week
of December. But hey, they say a picture is worth a thousand
words, so here’s a short
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Just a little over a year ago we
introduced you to local artist,
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got word that he will be showing a retrospective of his works
created during the past three years.