Current and Past Issues of PureHoney

Published on March 8th, 2023

Modern design seems to demand that artists make a hard binary choice: minimalism or maximalism? Are you drawn to simple lines and color palettes or »

Published on February 10th, 2023

Ask yourself: Does art matter if no one is around to see it? Christina Romeo, the featured artist in this month’s PureHoney, thinks so. While »

Published on February 8th, 2023

There’s a reason people can be fanatical about imbibing live performances: Music elevates the human experience, sometimes transcendentally. When certain chords or patterns of sound »

Published on February 6th, 2023

A brand new book fair is hitting South Florida with a different twist on literary appreciation. On February 16-19 at Paradise Plaza in Miami’s Design »

Published on December 29th, 2022

Fire and juggling and lights, oh my! Imagine “The Wizard of Oz” inspired by Cirque du Soleil and the result could be Florida Flow Fest »

Published on December 22nd, 2022

Brian Wagoner, known in the art world as Bunkt_, is no stranger to the brutal and ugly parts of life. His artist statement online cites »

Published on December 21st, 2022


Published on October 24th, 2022

With newspapers across the country ditching daily editions as they struggle to stay afloat, it is in some ways a terrible time for print. But »

Published on October 9th, 2022

Pop Art of the 1960s is as ubiquitous to collectors as the golden arches of McDonald’s: Lichtenstein, Warhol and Haring can be seen in the »

Published on September 8th, 2022

Upcycling, or creative reusing, has become a more prominent form of making thanks to growing dissatisfaction with the planned obsolescence of most purchased goods. Just »

Published on July 24th, 2022

Sampling the work of Vernon James “Bad Love” is like free-falling into a Wonderland hosted by Vincent Price. There are burlesque Siamese twins sporting ’20s »

Published on July 7th, 2022

The work of painter Michael McGrath forgoes the existential question of, “Why are we here?” and instead asks, “Where is here, anyway?” McGrath’s paintings transport »