Still burping from those last hors d’oeuvres that you dumped in your backpack at the chic opening we went to at the regular Art Basel last night? God, what was that? Anchovy paste or snot on a cracker? Pass me that pizza box please, I think I left a crust in there. Come on, let’s get outside to the street and find some coffee and we’ve got to see who’s putting new stuff up this afternoon.
Photographers Mike Pearce and Kendra Heisler are on the ground in Miami documenting the happenings and sending updates.
Jaz working on his mural for Atlanta Living Walls. (photo © Mike Pearce)
Trek6 working on his mural. (photo © Mike Pearce)
Gaia and C215 collaboration. (photo © Mike Pearce)
RETNA for Primary Flight. (photo © Mike Pearce)
The Street Artist “Above” did this large piece for Primary Flight. (photo © Mike Pearce)
Saner and Sego for Wynwood Walls. (photo © Mike Pearce)
A surreally commanding piece by La Pandilla (photo © Mike Pearce)
You can’t really avoid the gossip at these sort of affairs. Here Shark Toof whispers something into the ear of Anthony Lister. (photo © Mike Pearce)
Frank Kuop from last year and ROA floating near for Primary Flight this year. (photo © Mike Pearce)
Logan Hicks explodes in a new direction. (photo © Mike Pearce)
En Masse Sky2 for Fountain on their backyard wall (photo © Kendra Heisler)
Overunder and White Cocoa collaboration for Fountain (photo © Kendra Heisler)
Hargo. Cash For Your Warhol (photo © Geoff Hargadon)
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