Miami artists Sam Borkson and Arturo Sandoval III, better known as Friendswithyou, celebrated the release of a new line of zipper pulls called "Luckies" at the Kidrobot store in South Beach Thursday. The store also featured a mini-art show of the duo's work.
B-boys, graffiti artists and the people who loved them gathered at Buck 15 last night for the book release party of Miami Graffiti by photographers James and Karla Murray. The pair were also there last night signing copies.
Between August 8th and August 12th, Insane Clown Posse's Gathering of the Juggalos took over Cave-in-Rock, Illinois. What ensued? Oh, just wrestling, strippers, clown rap, MMA, roller skate tug-of-war, pyrotechnics, amusement park rides, make-up, and Faygo -- lots and lots of Faygo. Relive the...
New York and Miami-based photographers James and Karla Murray have just released their photo book titled Miami Graffiti, in which they document the city's street art scene, which has turned neighborhoods like Wynwood into a neighborhood-wide gallery.
Miami's Upper Eastside -- also referred to as the MiMo District -- celebrated Cinco de MiMo with the help of area businesses who welcomed visitors to familiarize themselves with the up-and-coming area.
Controversial artist Gregory de la Haba is back in Miami after causing a stir during Art Basel with his installation "Between Nothingness And Paradise." Starting May 5, Miami Beach's World Erotic Art Museum will exhibit De la Haba's "Surfboards and Skateboards." Here are some pieces from that...
This month, Miami Beach celebrated its first city-sanctioned gay pride, dragon boats invaded the waters of Biscayne Bay, Lady GaGa just danced at Revolution, and Black Sheep Bar crowned a winner for its gothic beauty pageant.