Miami Art Week 2014: Street Art Highlights from Wynwood

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

While the collectors were busy at the fairs during Miami Art Week, street artists descended upon the Wynwood neighborhood to add new murals to the urban landscape, with thousands of eager tourists with cameras at the ready following not far behind. While many murals from past years have been preserved, we spotted new additions by the likes of Interesni Kazki, Nychos (who painted five separate walls), Faith47, Alexis Diaz, Swoon, Cleon Peterson, and many others. Colorful new pieces spilled out of the designated Wynwood Walls area and into the neighborhood. Several artists, such as Pixel Pancho, So Youn Lee, Nychos, and Bikismo, painted at the Jose de Diego Middle School, where, as we learned, arts funding has recently been cut. Check out some of our street art highlights below.


Interesni Kazki


Interesni Kazki detail


Bicicleta Sem Freio


Cleon Peterson


Back view of Cleon Peterson’s mural


Evoca


Faith47 and Alexis Diaz


Faith47 and Alexis Diaz detail


Faith47 and Alexis Diaz detail


Hush and Shark Toof


Jaz and 2501


Jaz and 2501 detail


Bikismo at Jose de Diego Middle School


Pixel Pancho at Jose de Diego Middle School


Nychos


Pose and Revok


Smithe and Ever


Smithe and Ever detail


Smithe and Ever detail


Swoon


Swoon detail


Swoon detail


The London Police

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