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Siner, Cure, Hype….

June 17, 2011

Freedom in Postgraffism

April 7, 2011

All works showcased in “Lost and Found” will be collaborative pieces from all three artists, blending their individual distinctive styles to create a unique experience for the viewer. On Friday April 8th at 8:oo pm, the show will debut accompanied by a short film presentation showing the Surface Merchants creative process.

 

PRIVATE SHOW: Fri. April 8th, 7pm-11pm (RSVP required)

OPEN RECEPTION: Sat. April 9th, 7pm-11pm

RSVP: info@cafeinamiami.com | 305.438.0792

Cafeina Lounge 297 N.W. 23 St. Miami, FL 22127

 

 

 

Jel Martinez: Removal Art Opening

April 7, 2011

Jel Martinez is having a solo art show kicking off on April 7th at 7pm and running through until May 21. Jel Martinez is a Miami native and veteran of Miami’s graffiti scene, who helped pay his dues as part of the Inkheads Crew throughout the 1990s. Inkheads, in turn was presided over by Ease, more commonly known these days as Jose Parla. For the graffiti aficionados, you might be able to detect hints of that lineage in Jel’s style writing. With his gallery work, Jel recreates his street pieces beginning with the basic writing then adds layers upon layers of ‘buff’ in an attempt to recreate the visual aesthetics of graffiti removal, creating an entirely new visual dialogue. If you happen to be anywhere near Miami, be sure to swing through the Wynwood Arts District for the show.

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2301 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33127
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Cross Fit Gym Mural by Cushy Gigs April 2011

April 7, 2011

Bumps & Bruises Video

March 29, 2011

Miami Based kids clothing line Bumps & Bruises does it again! “Keeping you fresh since diapers”

The Miami Dream Part 1

March 28, 2011

Short video of the TMD crew coming to Miami for Art Basel 2010

 

Vans Custom Culture 2011

March 28, 2011

High school art classes across the US are invited to compete in a shoe customization contest that grows on a state to regional to national level, culminating in a high-visibility event in New York this June.

Vans staff will select 10 high schools from each region (North/South/East/West/California) to compete for a spot in the regional finals.

The semi-finalists will be posted here where the public will vote to determine 5 finalists. A panel of judges including Vans artists and athletes will then choose the winner at a final event in New York.

Those five schools will be given a travel budget to come to New York for the final showcase in June of 2011.

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