Luis Morais Pop-N-Shop

Posted on November 30, 2010 Under Fashion

If you're in the Miami area over the next week and hunting for holiday gifts, I'd stop by here!  Really digging the latest Morais work. The LUIS MORAIS Pop-N-Shop: Wednesday December 1, 2010 through Monday December 6, 2010 at 438…

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Art Basel Miami Beach: 2009

Posted on December 4, 2009 Under Art

I'm headed down to Art Basel for a quick weekend tour (Airplane WiFi Rules...). Looking forward to my 4th Art Basel! (I skipped last year, so very happy to be back). What's good? Looks like my friends at Cool Hunting…

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Sony's Foam City

Posted on April 14, 2008 Under Design

A month ago we wandered into the Magic City of Miami, Florida as Fallon London and Sony were creating a little magic of their own. The UK based ad agency teamed up with director Simon Ratigan to turn the "Magic…

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Sony's Foam City

Posted on March 12, 2008 Under Life

Sony's digital imaging branch sure has a history of wondrously eccentric and eye-catching ad campaigns. Over the last several years they've dropped 250,000 super balls down a San Francisco street, exploded 17,000 liters of paint in Glasgow, and most recently…

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Atsushi Kaga at Art Basel

Posted on December 10, 2007 Under Art

A few artists jumped out at me this weekend at Art Basel down in Miami -- one of them I had to mention was Atsushi Kaga. Born in Japan, and schooled at the National College of Art in Dublin (weird,…

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Fragiles: Porcelain, Glass, and Ceramics

Posted on December 4, 2007 Under Design

With all of our recent -- and not so recent -- talk about porcelain, it seems only logical to let all of our Miami-based design fiends and friends know about die gestalten verlag's exhibition Fragiles. Fragiles is a collection of…

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Conrad Hotel: Miami

Posted on March 28, 2007 Under Travel

When Jamie and I were in Miami for what felt like an eternity covering all of the Art Basel events, we had a tough decision to make about where to stay-- While we're young and supposedly hip, we're not big…

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Porsche Design and Fearless Yacht Collaboration

Posted on February 20, 2007 Under Design

My guess is that this piece of news is the biggest thing to come out of this year's Miami Boat Show. The Porsche Design Studio has teamed up with Miami-based high-end yacht manufacturer Fearless to develop a range of gorgeous…

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Aya Takano: Future, Sex, and Sadness

Posted on February 19, 2007 Under Art

I've really enjoyed watching the evolution of Japanese artist Aya Takano. She uses acrylic and diluted gouache paints to create fictional, erotic, and sullen images featuring thin, big-eyed Geisha girls-- there's a taste of sex, sadness, and the future all…

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Chad Oppenheim's COR: Modern and Green

Posted on February 19, 2007 Under Design

As green building technologies push forward, we're seeing some great architectural minds push the envelope to create truly inspiring buildings that combine sound design and sustainable technologies. Chad Oppenheim's COR project is setting a great example in the way it…

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