The Amazing Street Art of the Wynwood Art District, Miami (In Pictures)Just as the seasons change (or not really down here in South Florida), there's one thing you can bank on in Miami - there's gonna be new murals every few months in the popular Wynwood Art District. I took the family down on two different occasions and spent several hours in this wonderful section of South Florida. Oh, and as I always do, I brought my Lumix GH4 with me (you can check out my first set of photographs from 2013 HERE and my set from 2014 HERE). Enjoy the photographs (and yes, we ate at Joeys Italian Cafe yet again).
This stunning mural by Miami-based Dominican artist Ruben Ubiera requires a closer look to appreciate the little details...
Miami-based artist Jose Mertz
Mexican street artist Paola Delfin
Brazilian street artist Sipros
Striking a pose with my daughter in front of this collaborative piece by Canadian street artist Kevin Ledo and Irish street artist Fin DAC
Ecuadorian artist Apitatán
My daughter appreciating the work of Miami-based artist DELVS
Argentinian artist Franco Fasoli aka Jaz
Me and Mrs. Perez trying to strike a pose in front of a large mural by British artist D*Face
Greek street artist INO
Chilean street artist duo of Sammy Espinoza (Jekse) and Cynthia Aguilera (Cines) aka UnKolorDistinto
Miami's own Golden
Italian street artist ZED1
British street artist and animal activist Louis Masai who urges us "The biggest threat to manatee are speedboats...slow down!"
Collaboration piece between Miami based street artists Michael Vasquez and Jose Felix Perez
Chilean, NYC-based street artist Dasic Fernández at Wynwood Walls
Mrs. Perez enjoying the work of Miami's own Tatiana Suarez
Korean street artist David Choe
For a cool $100K, you can own this custom motorcycle designed by legendary Bronx graffiti artist John 'Crash' Matos
John 'Crash' Matos at Wynwood Walls
The "golden hour" for photographers as the sun sets in Miami. Behind them, a collaborative piece between Andrew Antonaccio (Puerto Rico) and Filio Galvez (Cuba) aka 2Alas and Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone