Double Vision

Published on February 24th, 2014

DOUBLE VISION

doublevisionbutler“Double Vision”. This is really great. If you can go—you should. If there was a bullet train from West Palm to Miami… Maybe I’ll make the drive.

“Double Vision” is a collection of artwork made at concerts in Miami and throughout Florida. Photographer Jaime Salazar and illustrator Brian Butler consider the concert their workplace. To them, the music hall is an improvised studio, a place littered with unpredictable muses, capable spilling beer, randomly vomiting, or stage diving directly into you. These are the scenes that keep them returning, confidently snapping photos, or quickly doodling the scene. Through the filters of photography and illustration, both artists capture the raw energy of the concert; highlighting the weird, wild, and ugly. Double Vision at Swampspace 150 NE 41 Street Miami Design District

Brian Butler http://www.theupperhandart.com/
Jaime Salazar http://www.jaimesalazar.com/

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Special live performance by
Nixa http://nixaband.bandcamp.com/
Testokra http://testokra.bandcamp.com/

with guest DJ: Greg from The Jellyfish Brothers
spinning rad grooves and local tunes all night

Presented by
SWAMPSPACE http://swampspace.blogspot.com/
with special thanks to
Sweat Records and Gramps

Read the interview with David Von Bader | Miami New Times

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