INTERVIEW: Catching Up With Comics Artist James Michael Whynot

When I first came across the comic book Gravetrancers from Black Mask Studios I was taken with the book. The artwork really grabbed me and I immediately went about tracking down who had drawn these images. As it turned out, the man behind the pen was not only a fellow Floridian but we also shared […]


Welcome everyone to a new series I like to call where do I start. I’ve noticed something in the past few years since comic book movies really blew up.A lot of my friends say I love these movies but don’t know how to get into Comics there’s so much of it out there and decades […]

Is Biscayne Block Boyz Miami’s Magnum Opus?

Miami’s public transportation has always been a fucked up affair. Back in the late ‘90s I saw a UFO while waiting to catch a bus from Sweetwater to Downtown Miami I know I wasn’t crazy because this Jehovah Witness bitch saw it too. Up until now that had been the weirdest shit I’d seen when […]

Philanthropy Miami 2016 “Shark Tank”

Philanthropy Miami 2016 is using the “Shark Tank” model this year in its grant-giving competition. While all of the second round contenders are worthy of the prize, only four will go on to the next round. This second phase is determined by the public’s vote and as I’ve been a part of the DESIGN YOUR […]

10 more of the best looking beer labels

I’m not sure about you, but I’ve drank a few beers in my day because of what a label looked like. While I didn’t always enjoy the beer, I did enjoy looking at the label. Below are ten more of the best looking beer labels. You can find my previous picks here. 1. Uinta Brewing, […]

#Debauch2015 Interview: Pocket of Lollipops

Photo by Chuck Livid. Pocket of Lollipops is the husband-and-wife team of Tony Kapel and Maitejosune Urrechaga. The band has played in Miami for years and has always been active in the local art and music scene. They’ve always extended a helping hand to upcoming bands and artists. (Side note: Tony Kapel helped co-found this very site.)   You […]

Comic Book Review: The Tithe #1

The Tithe Review Matt Hawkins Co-Creator and Writer Rashan Ekedal Co-Creater Artist Bill Farmer Colorist April 15, 2015  From the minds of Matt Hawkins and Rashan Ekedal comes The Tithe, a book about Robin Hood inspired thieves that rob corrupt churches and give the money to charities that need them, all while being hunted down by two […]

EVENT REVIEW: Miami art gallery Swampspace’s “Political Spooky Swamp Party”

Swampspace’s Knights Arts Challenge videoThis past weekend I did a photo shoot for Tuff Gnarl at Swampspace, an art gallery in Miami’s Design District. They were having a celebration of sorts called Political Spooky Swamp Party. The event was put together by Lisandra Valdes, Kayla Montes de Oca, and gallery founder and full-time Miami artist Oliver Sanchez. The night […]

RIP Edward F. Crowell II – A Miami Artist

This past weekend, the Miami art scene was rocked by the sudden death of artist Edward F. Crowell II. A well-liked young man that had been steadily endearing himself to South Florida’s art scene, Crowell embodied a rare combination of respect and admiration from his peers. No easy feat in Miami’s often competitive and back-stabby […]

Four Things You Should Do TODAY

Let’s face it: we sometimes forget the important things in life. Stuck in our numbingly repetitious daily routines, it’s easy to have the special, worthwhile things – the things we began working to make time and money for so we could more thoroughly enjoy them – get thrown to the wayside in favor of the […]

ALBUM REVIEW: Die Antwoord “Donker Mag”

Last week, I was talking to a friend and I brought up that the new Die Antwoord album, Donker Mag, was dropping later in the week. He looked at me bewildered and asked, “Aren’t they that African Insane Clown Posse with that weird girl?” I looked at him and said, “Really? Insane Clown Posse?” I quickly came to […]