Street Art

Pearl Jam Mural by Brian Butler at FAT Village

Pearl Jam Mural Fat Village

Schrift & Farbe Design Group sough out Brian Butler of  The Upperhand Art to paint a giant gigposter-themed mural to kickoff of Pearl Jam’s 2016 North American tour starting at the BB&T Center. The goal of the mural, completed in January of 2016, was to tie-in South Florida, so Brain opted to illustrate a surfing South […]

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Downtown Hollywood Mural Project in Venice Magazine

Venice Magazine Winter 2014

Venice Magazine is a lifestyle magazine that engages readers on cultural, art, personalities, dining, fashion and everything in between, focusing on the greater Fort Lauderdale area. They recently did a fantastic feature article on the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, a project that Schrift & Farbe curates and project manages.  The article features DHMP artists Tatiana Suarez, Evoca1, 2 […]

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“Locals Only” Group show named one of Art Basel Miami’s Winners

Locals Only MSG Cartel

New Times Miami has named “Locals Only”, a group show which was located in Little Haiti and was part of #IHAITIBASEL, as one of the “winners” of Art Basel Miami 2014. The show, located at Midpoint Miami at the intersection of 81st Street and Biscayne Boulevard featured new work by members of the MSG Cartel graffiti crew, […]

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“Some Like It Hot” Exhibit at History Miami

Some Like It Hot at History Miami

“Some Like It Hot”, a fantastic new exhibit at the History Miami Museum in Downtown Miami explores Miami’s thriving art scene in an unusual way. Rather than canvases being hung, artists have created their work directly on the exhibit’s walls. The result has a definite street art and graffiti flavor, however it is different than what […]

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Tati Suarez’s Mural Video on Complex Magazine’s Blog

tati suarez complex magazine

Complex Magazine just posted Tati Suarez‘s amazing mural video created for the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, a project that Schrift & Farbe curates and project manages for the City of Hollywood’s Community Redevelopment Agency. Miguel Endara directed this masterpiece which Complex notes “shows the progression of the mural from start to finish, using cool angles […]

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Downtown Hollywood Mural Project in the Miami Herald

Two children collecting leaves

“Hollywood Revitalizes Downtown with MuralArt” article in the Miami Herald Anne Tschida wrote an amazing article in the Miami Herald about the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, a project that Schrift & Farbe curates and project manages for the City of Hollywood’s Community Redevelopment Agency. The article gave an overview of the mural project and a brief […]

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Downtown Hollywood Mural Project wins New Times “Best Public Art Broward 2013” Award

Two children collecting leaves

The Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, a project that is managed and curated by Schrift & Farbe Design Group recently won New Times Broward’s “Best Public Art” award. The Downtown Hollywood Mural Project kicked off in August of 2012. The Hollywood CRA’s mural program is a key element in a development strategy that will greatly enhance the diversity […]

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Sign Painter Documentary coming to Miami!

Sign Painter Documentary

Via the Sign Painter Official web site: “There was a time, as recently as the 1980s, when storefronts, murals, banners, barn signs, billboards, and even street signs were all hand-lettered with brush and paint. But, like many skilled trades, the sign industry has been overrun by the techno-fueled promise of quicker and cheaper. The resulting […]

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Jessy Nite’s Video for her DHMP Mural

Jessy Nite DHMP

Miami based artist Jessy Nite is a multidisciplinary artist who focuses on color, line and 80s nostalgia. Jessy recently completed her mural for the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, which Schrift & Farbe’s Jill C. Weisberg curates and project manages. Jessy Nite transformed a blank white corner at 1901 Harrison Street into a bejeweled masterpiece. The 18-by-44-foot […]

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Was Banksy in Florida? New Times asks Creative Director Jill C. Weisberg for her take

Possible Banksy

A mysterious mural that may or may not be a Banksy has appeared in a Tequesta strip mall outside West Palm Beach, Florida. When the New Times Broward/Palm Beach wanted an opinion on the so-called Banksy’s authenticity, they asked Schrift & Farbe Creative Director Jill C. Weisberg, who wrote her Master’s thesis on Street Art […]

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