Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95

Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95
Photos by Amanda McCorquodale

The Great Wall of Miami graffiti, also known as the old RC Cola plant, now dons corseted beauties with aerosol in hand. If you weren't speeding so fast on I-95, you've probably spotted these retro, glam babes and a blur of the new, colorful tags. Just a few months ago, an infantilized topless lady graced the same wall (see "The Child" in our Whores to Shrews: A Guide to Graffiti's Female Archetypes). Kudos to Miami's street artists for keeping our city fresh with new designs. Watch and learn, Britto.

Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95
Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95
Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95
Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95
Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95

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