Wow, 2020. What a year. COVID 19, lost jobs, career changes, anxiety, hatred, lost homes, lost family members, no entertainment, no leisure, governmental turmoil, the list goes on.
On Tuesday evening Drip Ninja partnered with the Museum of Graffiti in Wynwood Miami to host Inked Ninjas – a Drip Ninja members event featuring a surprise-filled evening.
For the confused, Social Blackbook is a managed Rolodex of valuable contacts, in partnership Drip Ninja. They protect their contacts from spam and bad deal flow as well as facilitate campaigns to highlight them and their brands in multiple ways.
One of the hardest things to do is scale a business. It’s even harder to expand to a different country. Iron &
Miami nightclubs are some of the best in the world for a reason. Yes, it’s always warm. Yes, people travel from all over the world to party hard.
As Halloween approaches everyone has been engulfed in the costume or outfit madness. Every year we try to one-up the year prior.
Defy rules technically has its limits. Art has a few rules but most should be broken. Artist Edgar Rafael wouldn’t be where he is today if he didn’t break some rules and follow his intuition.
Fashion and music have always been the heartbeat of society. Fashion specifically is a difficult world to penetrate. One group that has paved their own lane is “Nolcha Shows”
Social media has done some amazing things for the art culture. It also has taken away from a lot too. On one side it congested the industry with overnight mediocre artists.