Headlining today’s post … Defend The Land, a wheatpaste by ABCNT
Several days ago Charm City Streets returned from a week-long photo tour of Art Basel 2016. The streets and avenues in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami were chock full of phenomenal murals by renowned street artists, dope graffiti pieces by masterful writers, galleries containing even more incredible artwork, and much more.
Over the next week or so, Charm City Streets will report on the murals, the many street artists, and graffiti one could see in Miami. Our photo tour of Art Basel 2016 begins today with a gallery of exciting little gems – the colorful, eye-catching stencils, stickers, and wheatpastes one discovers peppered throughout the larger-scale artwork. This gallery features artwork by ABCNT, Crisp, Fumero, Konair, Sacsix, Sean9Lugo, The Kwiatkowski Press, and others.
Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka Wild Thing – wheatpaste by Sacsix
Marty McFly – wheatpaste by Sacsix
Jerry Seinfeld and Mr. Poop – wheatpaste by Sacsix
Yikes – wheatpaste by Sacsix
Amy Winehouse – wheatpaste by Sacsix
Ice pop with an attitude – artwork by Barcelona artist Konair
Buena – collage by Mateo
Obey Giant wheatpaste indicates artist Shepard Fairey is in town
Sticker by artist Saile
One kept seeing this artist all over Wynwood – wheatpastes by #bournrich
The Kwiatkowski Press published a unique hybrid of block prints/wheatpastes throughout Wynwood.
Gentrifiers – blockprint wheatpaste fromThe Kwiatkowski Press
Class warfare photographer – blockprint wheatpaste fromThe Kwiatkowski Pres
Writing sentences – blockprint wheatpaste from The Kwiatkowski Press
Insulin Uprising – blockprint wheatpaste from The Kwiatkowski Press
Blockprint wheatpaste from The Kwiatkowski Press
Insulin injection – blockprint wheatpaste from The Kwiatkowski Press
Slave nation – blockprint wheatpaste from The Kwiatkowski Press
Writing sentences 2 – blockprint wheatpaste from The Kwiatkowski Press
Still waiting for a cure – blockprint wheatpaste from The Kwiatkowski Press
Charm City Streets was unable to identify the artist behind this intriguing collection.
Soda fountain – unidentified artist
Hand grenade – unidentified artist
Richy Rich – unidentified artist
2-4 – unidentified artist
Mad’s Spy vs. spy – unidentified artist
Self defense – unidentified artist
Power – unidentified artist
Power for self-defense – unidentified artist
Along the sidewalk one might encounter a stencil by the artist Crisp.
Apple vs Microsoft – stencil by Crisp
US Dollar vs the Chinese Yuan – stencil by Crisp
Facebook vs. Instagram – stencil by Crisp
Oxygenated kangaroo – stencil by Crisp
The root of all evil – stencil by Crisp
McDonalds vs. KFC – stencil by Crisp
Artwork flourished behind fences, high up on lampposts, and in warehouse doorways.
Rainbow Ben – wheatpaste by artist Mister E
Riot red – wheatpaste by Mr Brainwash
Genetically-altered Mickey – stencil by an unidentified artist
After visiting Disneyworld, ET is ready to phone home.
Secret agent – stencil by an unidentified artist
Artist thatagent7 recommends one question everything
Colorful characters – wheatpastes by Totchi
Super Buddha says equinimity
A uniwolfpard – be what you dream by @imdianagarcia
Wheatpastes by Uncuttart
Stickers (also known as slaps) flourished on street signs, mailboxes, and lampposts.
Slaps by Fumero, Ratchi, MadMan, Kwue, Mysterio, Komik and others
Another assortment of slaps
Nothing to smile about here
Naturally, there was also an assortment of wheatpastes of a topical or political nature.
Defend The Land – wheatpaste by ABCNT
We televise the revolution – stencil by Art of Andres
Cuba libre – burn in hell Fidel
Bully – wheatpaste by Sacsix
Wrong – sticker by Magi Carp
Merde in USA – stencil by an unidentified artist
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