SO YOU FLEW TO PARIS
got a hotel
got a croissant
got a taxi
stood in line for hours to see the Mona Lisa, and then?
You squeeze yourself through a crowded room, fumble with your phone, snap! and off you go again.
One of the most celebrated art pieces in the world and you spent less than two minutes looking at it and taking a picture every tourist took before you.
is that all there is to art?
we don't think so.
What do all creatives have in common?
Maybe it is the fear of never being good enough.
In a year marked by suicides in the creative community, we sent crown-building tool boxes to the most creative heads in Miami.
The goal was to address self-doubt and invite guests to crown themselves the kings and queens of how far they have come. Five artists showcased their interpretation of a coronation in spoken word, short films, music, and performance art.
THE EXPERIENCE DELIVERY SERVICE
EVENT PLANNING & PRODUCTION
DIGITAL & EVENT CURATION
We created the only art show during Art Basel Miami you could only see when you cannot not see.
Partnering with the National Federation of the Blind we created a multi-sensory experience led by blind performers who invited guests to a genuine interaction between the sighted and the blind.
New Blood Side Hustle with Adobe
For Young and Emerging Creatives
For Engagement / Experiential
2020 & 2019
New Talent Annual
For Socially Valuable Projects
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To counteract the tactile deprivation brought to us by our constant contact with screens, we created the world’s first Slime playground for all ages. Over 5000 visitors standing in line at the Moore Building - Miami Design District were invited to leave their phones in their pockets and engage fully in the oddly satisfying experience of slime.
Experience Delivery Service
that creates real-life activations
for brands who want to connect with their audience in more creative and exciting ways.
ELISA SAIN is a Venezuelan-born artist who first entered the world of design by creating her own sneaker brand VASE. Leading the visual merchandising and pop-up movement in Miami, she eventually made the transition from retail to installation art to work with Uber, Faena Bazaar, W Miami, World Red Eye and others up until co-founding TAKEOUT with Cris Cordero.
Designing her own sneaker brand, pop-ups, and installations turned her into a restless seeker and creator of visual pleasure.
CRIS CORDERO is a Swiss-born artist who has lived and worked in the US, Europe, Central America, and the Middle East. While collecting cultural, spiritual, and intellectual impressions, she first began curating art events in Tel Aviv in 2016. She has since moved to Miami to create the Balagan Art Space in Wynwood before co-founding TAKEOUT with Elisa Sain.
Her goal is to use strong and consistent concepts to create relevant experiences that live between entertainment and education.