Miami has shown the world that it is one of the main hubs for art and now for Cryptocurrency. With the rise of NFT art sales Miami is now beginning to cement its footprint in the industry.
Everyone knows being signed to a major record label has its benefits as they give the artists money for recording in the big studios with a big producer, tour support, the artists have better chances getting exposure by many people, and more.
As we continue to look out for who’s the next up, I raise my hand for young phenom Andrei Stula. Last time we saw him, he blessed us with some dope BTS footage with Smooky Margielaa.
One of the hardest things to do is scale a business. It’s even harder to expand to a different country. Iron &
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”
September in E11even has been nostalgic for everyone that has been able to attend. It was spent with now 3 artists that reminded everyone that they ran hip hop for over a decade.
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.
Every day I spend a little bit of time scrolling Instagram for inspiration and certainly come across insane kinds of art.
The Social Blackbook “Social Capital Forum” is a collection of invited creatives (artists, designers, models, and content creators), thought leaders, and market makers who consume and activate knowledge gathered from each other.
Two Miami artists teamed up to produce a fun shoot in Miami Beach. The location here is Mr. Frieze, a well-known ice cream shop off of Lincoln road.