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Artist Talk With Persue at POW!WOW! Hawaii 2021

Check out Pedro AMOS’ latest Artist Talk with Pursue, creator of the colorful universe of Bunny Kitty. This interview was conducted during POW!WOW! Hawaii 2021, where Pursue was invited to create a mural for the festival. His final piece is called “Reunited Under the Banyan Tree.” Tune in right here or in our YouTube Channel:

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POW! WOW! The First Decade: From Hawaiʻi to the World

POW! WOW! is an international mural arts festival founded by Jasper Wong in Hong Kong in 2009. It has since expanded and taken place in a dozen cities around the world, such as Japan, Worchester, Korea, Guam, San Jose, and Washington DC to name a few places. The first event was held in Honolulu, Hawaii, […]

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The Street Art Community Loses its Most Famous Historian: James Prigoff

James Prigoff was an American photographer whose life work focused on documenting public murals, street art, and graffiti. He passed in April 2021, at the age of 93, and his departure signifies a great loss in the street art community. Mr. Prigoff set himself apart as a street art historian. His documentation of public art […]

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Artist Talks in Honor of Women’s History Month 2021

Miami’s Best Graffiti Guide presents a chat with some of our favorite women street artists in honor of Women’s History Month. Tune into our video series hosted by Pedro AMOS from the MBGG headquarters in Wynwood. MBGG is showcasing incredible female artists and their personal journey to achieving success in the art world. This art […]

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An Art Experience with Almighty Chillski, hosted by Pedro AMOS Art Basel 2020

This week MBGG is highlighting a very talented artist who is a dear friend and humble Miami pioneer, Almighty Chillski. Do yourself a favor and check out this outtake of Pedro AMOS’ interview with the Almighty Chillski during Art Basel 2020. The two discuss in depth the “Dragon” piece by Chillski.  This is a sampler […]

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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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