Kaleidoscope 2016 : Urbanity

There seems to be a big art revival movement going on in Houston this year, and Kaleidoscope is doing its part. 2016 was the first year for Kaleidoscope and i'm sure it won't be it's last. This was an event show casing some of Houston's art creatives over a span of three days. Pam, the founder and creator of Kaleidoscope, who also owns Ubertina Productions, worked with a team of collaborators and made this marvelous event a reality!

 There were three themes for each of the three days. The first night was themed: Urbanity. The night was filled with cool urban vibes that filled every corner of "La Mansion". The show started with an introduction followed by The Madmen Crew. A trio local to H-Town, throwing down some beat boxing and some throw back rap. Next up was Swinn, with their hot new sports bras, all the models rocked them out! After that fashion run we had Tobe Nwigwe from Alief! I lived most of my teenage years there. He made sure he gave us some fire and hot bars and the crowd was lit. The next brand to come up on stage was that of my friend Shayne Salinas with Kooth Brand, An all-american brand for the working man. He is truly revolutionizing the industry and trail blazing an area never seen before.

The MadMen Crew

The MadMen Crew

Swinn  apparel was amazing

Kooth Brand by my friend Shayne Salinas

Tobe Nwigwe ( From Alief) spitting out some hot bars

Brandon bringing some show-stopping foot work with his tap dancing shoes
One of Houston's film producers

Dimensional Graffiti

Raj The Rapper, from Missouri City, gave us some rap expressing world issues

The Traveling Live Art Canvas

some frees styling by one of Houston's all girl crew
At the end of Kaleidoscope Urbanity Feeling pretty dope


Kaleidoscope was the event to be in and I'm honored to have been a part of it, Stay tuned for the second day of Kaleidoscope: Jet Set !