During Art Basel 2016, spray cans were shaking throughout Wynwood as graff writers got down and set walls aflame. Dope new work covered walls, alleyways, roller doors, parking lots, boarded-up houses, sheds, and even the occasional slow-moving beach bum.
One of Charm City Street’s favorite graff writers is Hoacs. Thus, it was a delight to find a number of pieces painted by Hoacs and crew members from Brooklyn and Miami. On their first wall Hoacs, Soten, Eskae and Rask painted back to back pieces on the Cash and Carry Shoe building, a prime spot on NW 25th Street.
Their second wall was in a warehouse lot on NW 28th Street and served as a backdrop at one of the many music venues. Below you can see Soten and Eskae working on this wall.
Over the weekend Hoacs worked on a piece for the Bushwick Collective and Mana Urban Arts Projects.
Due to travel schedule constraints, Charm City Streets encountered only three more of the individual burners Hoacs and Soten painted around town.
Over the next few days Charm City Streets will report on other outstanding graffiti art in Wynwood.
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