GRAFFITI NIRVANA – THE RC COLA BOTTLING PLANT IN WYNWOOD, PART TWO

Headlining today's post ... Love ya Miami

Headlining today’s post … Love ya Miami

Yesterday’s post featured a photo tour of the interior of the former RC Cola bottling plant in Wynwood. This converted industrial site is now an event space.

Today’s tour focuses on the incredible artwork graffiti writers crafted on the wall surrounding the exterior lot. First up is the Bronx Team of Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2 for the Bushwick Collective.

Jew - wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2

Jew – wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2 … The Bronx Team

Rather - wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2  ... The Bronx Team

Rather – wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2 … The Bronx Team

Zaone - wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2  ... The Bronx Team

Zaone – wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2 … The Bronx Team

Had2 - wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2  ... The Bronx Team

Had2 – wall with Jew, Rather, Zaone and Had2 … The Bronx Team

Next we watch Oilrig at work.

Oilrig - work in progress

Oilrig – work in progress

Oilrig spraying on color

Oilrig spraying on color

Oilrig at work

Oilrig at work

Oilrig - not quite finished

Oilrig – not quite finished

As we continue along the outer wall we catch Such “The Mooch” in action.

Such at work

Such at work

Such

Such

Samurai

Samurai

Geke

Geke

Rask

Rask

Trim

Trim

Here are some graffiti pieces from Art Basel 2015, a number of which were being buffed the day Charm City Streets returned to Baltimore.

Miro - Art Basel 2015

Miro – Art Basel 2015

Giz - Art Basel 2015

Giz – Art Basel 2015

Such - Art Basel 2015

Such – Art Basel 2015

Duel - Art Basel 2015

Duel – Art Basel 2015

Ewok - Art Basel 2015

Ewok – Art Basel 2015

Walrus Cobbler and Donut Man - Art Basel 2015

Walrus Cobbler and Donut Man – Art Basel 2015

Probiak - Art Basel 2015

Probiak – Art Basel 2015

Abstrk - Art Basel 2015

Abstrk – Art Basel 2015

Shok-1 - Art Basel 2015

Shok-1 – Art Basel 2015

 


 

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