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Almighty Chillski: An Interactive Art Experience

Miami’s Best Graffiti Guide presents “Almighty Chillski” an interactive performance experience on December 4th, 2020 located in The Garden at The LAB Miami. This 80’s-era experience touches on early hip-hop origins and is segmented into live performances, art demonstrations, and a Q&A with the artist. Immerse yourself in the world of Chillski while discussing the significance of […]

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The Politics of Street Art

Street art has always been inherently political in nature, from its historical context to its practice during modern times. Today, we find more and more that street art isn’t only used as a bold beacon of expression during times of cultural change and unrest, but as a rallying tool to evoke emotion and dialogue. The […]

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BLACKBRAIN’s Vador Mouse Now in MBGG Store

We’re excited to announce BLACKBRAIN as our latest artist edition to our online store, featuring two different numbered edition prints! BLACKBRAIN came up with this mix of vador and the mouse prior to the Star Wars and Disney merger, representing the dichotomy of the villain vs. our childhood joy. Each color way is limited to […]

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Official Launch of Virtual Tour App

Miami’s Best Graffiti Guide is excited to announce a new way to experience the street art of Wynwood! Miami’s Best Graffiti Guide tour app is now available for download on Google Play & Apple Store. This first-of-its-kind tour app gives users the ability to explore the world’s largest outdoor art gallery on a self-guided walking […]

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The Godfather of Graffiti Characters

When examining the many styles of graffiti and mural art we’re exposed to today, you’ll often come across pieces that involve cartoon characters, woven into the art that was made. Some of them are recognizable to mainstream audiences such as Looney Toons and Disney characters, but there are also specific little characters that make viewers […]

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The Value and Impact of LGBTQ Street Art

Street art has always symbolized the defiance of cultural “norms,” challenged our perception of right and wrong, and has demanded to exist in public spaces. The craft is only as powerful as the people who work in it, therefore it’s of no surprise that LGBTQ artists have been closely intertwined with some of the most […]

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Photo by Will Graham

Wynwood: A Brief History

Today, Wynwood is known as Miami’s vibrant Art District, attracting over 3 million visitors to the area annually, with over 70 art galleries, companies offering art tours, weekly events in the area, and the world’s only museum for graffiti. It’s considered one of the largest outdoor art districts in the world with hundreds of walls […]

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Graffiti’s “Bombing” Breakdown

“Why would someone do that?”  It’s one of the most common questions presented by by-passers who see graffiti. Why spray paint that wall? Why deface that bus? What’s the point? There isn’t a straightforward answer to that question, because every artist has a different reason for placing their work where they do. However, if you can’t find […]

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Miami’s Best Thursday Episode 2: Otto Von Schriach/ Miami’s Best Graffiti Guide

Bermuda Triangle God Otto Von Schriach talks with Pedro AMOS about music, Miami, art and all things creative. Brought to you by Miami’s Best Graffiti Guide.

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The Sights and Sounds

The worlds of art and music have always coexisted and complimented one another. Each draws inspiration from the next, whether literally or in its essence. Street art is no different, having deep roots not only in hip-hop, but in the spirit of any music that pushes the boundaries of the conventional.  In the 1970’s, New […]

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