Introducing Space Tapes

During the last few years, we’ve seen Miami’s music scene grow and mature. It has become the cool, nurturing mother who has given birth to numerous artists—from DJ’s and  Indie bands to Hip Hop producers. But while their talent is many times obvious, they are also young and need a hand to step out of their cradles

blog ⋅ April 24, 2014


Practice makes perfect. For German photographer and journalist Jonas Ginter, it made for a pretty perfect 360 perspective. Using 6 GoPro cameras, Ginter created a rig that captures 360-degree panoramic footage.

blog ⋅ April 16, 2014

305 to Coachella

According to our Instagram feed, we should expect a few things from Coachella:  palm trees, pool parties and plenty of fringe. As part of what we like to call our continued cultural education, we’re stoked the girls of product/81 are headed west this weekend to experience Coachella up close and personal (and with #nofilter). We’re especially

Apparel ⋅ April 15, 2014

Fordistas Presents: 2Alas “1915″

They say you can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’re from. Luckily for us, Miami based art collective 2Alas will take us back to our roots with their upcoming exhibition titled “1915”. As part of the Fordistas Residency Program, 2Alas (comprised of artists Andrew Antonaccio and Filio Galvez), explore the early

blog ⋅ April 7, 2014

Edward Hopper Paintings Go Social

Ever wonder how different our social media obsessed world has it from decades past? Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik wondered too when she set out to create a series titled “emoji-nation. part 2.” that inserts iconic social media imagery to Edward Hopper’s iconic masterpieces. Known for his paintings depicting loneliness and social realism, Nastya’s spin on the images

blog ⋅ April 3, 2014


“In fairy tales, monsters exist to be a manifestation of something that we need to understand, not only a problem we need to overcome, but also they need to represent, much like angels represent the beautiful, pure, eternal side of the human spirit, monsters need to represent a more tangible, more mortal side of being

blog ⋅ April 2, 2014
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Don’t get lost in the madness: Guide to WMC

The WMC circus is upon us. With hundreds of parties going down over the next five days here in Miami, we know it’s easy to get lost.  We promise that won’t happen if you follow this guide we prepared for you with love. Check out the must-go-to’s below: Flying Circus Miami Wednesday March 26 / Noon

blog ⋅ March 26, 2014

New in the Hood: Kush Wynwood

We’ve been longtime fans of Coconut Grove burger joint Lokal so it was only appropriate we put our diets on hold when we got wind of it’s sister restaurant, Kush, opening in the neighborhood. Snuggled on a quiet and cozy corner in Wynwood (20th and North Miami Ave), Kush is a beer lover’s haven – offering

blog ⋅ March 24, 2014

Girls, Girls, Girls.

Big-eyed, somehow sad, creepy, but sensual. Nude, surreal, baroque, serious, but playful. Rustic, earthy-toned, innocent, but tainted. That’s kind of how Tati Suarez’s girls look. And they’re beautiful. Tati grew up in Miami enjoying the beach, the warm breeze, and playing momma to numerous exotic pets. She didn’t go to art school, but her parents

blog ⋅ March 20, 2014
blog ⋅ March 14, 2014

What the Font?

People outside the design world might take for granted the amount of time and inspiration it takes to

blog ⋅ March 13, 2014

The Out of this World Bella Luz

Miami nights are about to make a new weird, hot friend: a mysterious band made up of 3 guys and a vixen who, after fighting many demons in the depths of the comatose rock scene of our city, presumably embarked on a journey to outer space, where they met an awesome family of interplanetary musical

blog ⋅ March 13, 2014