In posts over the past week or so, Charm City Streets has led you on a photo safari through twisting alleyways, inside an old factory, past warehouses trackside, and along the streets of Wynwood during Art Basel 2016. Today’s leg of the photo safari leads past the walls Wynwood has to offer in other nooks and crannies. Be prepared to see spectacular graffiti.
Renowned Brooklyn writer Such (FX Crew) was busy all across town. Here he painted alongside Queen Andrea and Lae.
Such also collaborated with Lae, Miro, Trim, Stane, and Sipros on a shout out to the TMR Crew. The piece by Miro was still in progress the day Charm City Streets flew back to Baltimore.
You see here that Zaone’s IG handle killz_montana is spot on because he burned up these two walls.
In a lot on NW 5th Avenue FDC Crew members Grab, June, Tragek and Skupe3 dominated one wall while Miro and Mastro captured and held the rear wall.
Atomik worked at a frenetic pace (or created and put to work several clones) because one saw his artwork simply everywhere. Here are several examples; including a cool collaboration with Chytea in the Tow Yard.
Merlot, Kems and Amuse ruled two walls.
Stunning pieces by the Irie’s Crew surrounded the walls of a narrow passageway on NW 5th Avenue.
Tuna, Narc, Skor and Shok conquered another wall with side to side pieces.
Activity was intense on and around NW 1st Place with legendary writer per.one_fx, Skor, Shok, harrybones, and others.
Warehouse walls trackside provided concrete canvas for more dope artwork.
Rounding-up our tour are individual pieces by Death Machine, Chorboogie, Begr and others.
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