Street art is a thing, and Miamians aren’t complaining. Artists have been decorating and reinventing the streets of Miami with stickers, graffiti, and paintings for decades. And they aren’t stopping there. This week, artists plan to expand their creativity by merging the worlds of art and music. Sweat Records (5505 NE Second Ave., Miami), the music store and café dedicated to Miami’s vibrant scene, is joining the artist WHUT and others to make it happen.
This Friday, art meets vinyl at a show organized by Sweat, YoMiami, and other local creatives. All the pieces will fuse musical and visual arts. Art-and-vinyl-philes, dreams do come true.
The Analog Art Show was inspired by WHUT, who’s known for his art stickers and collaged records. Atomik, Miami’s legendary graffiti artist, hopped on board, as did New Times’ 2013 Best Street Artist, Trek6. In total, more than 30 artists will display original works, and they’re all for sale.
The show will begin at 6 p.m., and admission is free. Call 786-693-9309 or visit sweatrecordsmiami.com.
Fri., July 12, 6-9 p.m., 2013