Another part of the IIMB! project that has been under wraps for a while that will be exhibited for the 1st time are the artist collaborated silk screens.Read More
So anytime you are on Miami Beach and not sure where to go and have a drink, relax, catch some rays, go sit by the pool at the FREEHAND(2727 Indian Creek Avenue, Miami Beach) have a cocktail and marvel at the I’M IN MIAMI BITCH! Mural.Read More
A mural at the Freehand by Noah Levy and Andrew KaufmanRead More
This project is all about making things by hand. It is about heart and soul. It is about being an artisan and a craftsman. When you touch every piece by hand it shows a caring and dedication that is not possible with a big mass market project. As I have spoken about previously, all the photographs in the project are on film.
The name tags have arrived! Who wants one? Having a party? Do you want your guests to know everyones name?Read More
In the fall of 2012 with Art Basel Miami Beach quickly approaching I decided to ensconce myself in the street art scene of Wynwood to tell the story. An area once known as “El Barrio” and now gentrified into the Wynwood Art District, every year in late November artists from around the world descend on the streets of Wynwood to remake the facade of almost every building, overhead door and nook or cranny where paint could be applied.
This blog will be a central resource for this project. My goal for the project is to create a collaborative environment. This space on the inter-webs can be a meeting point to talk about your work, what is inspiring you in Miami or the world. The project will contain many elements. Here's a partial list, a book, poster, hand made journals, stickers, hand printed photographs, workshops, symposiums, exhibitions and artist talks. Sign up for the newsletter to keep informed.
Noah Nothing made this image of me during Art Basel Miami Beach 2012. Marmer art work in the back ground. This Polaroid camera was used to create one of a kind photographs that I incorporate into my personal journals. More on that later!
This project was made entirely in an analogue fashion. I chose to work with a 35mm rangefinder and one lens, a 35mm f/2. Here is a pile of film from the project waiting for development.
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