Excerpt from UP Inflight Magazine.

… “The distance separating these two neighbourhoods is minimal, but inversely proportional to their social differences, although those visiting Wynwood are also interested in art. Its walls are embellished with tags, criticism, protests, opinions, causes, characters and scenes of daily urban life, making the area one of the largest outdoor graffiti and street art museums. We can also find the work of the Portuguese VHILS among the greatest artists in the world. And these canvasses are continually changing, according to Pedro, the guide from LLC – Miami’s Best Graffiti Guide, who knows the area well and casually greets artists perched on step ladders, retouching images: “It’s the best example of a living museum, it changes every day.” Restaurants, cafes and shops keep up with the trends of the arty movement.” …



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