StreetWorks - Biscayne Bay Between 23rd and 35th Streets
Two blocks east of Biscayne Boulevard between NE 23rd and 35th Streets along the seawall separating Biscayne Bay from Miami's asphalt landscape, lie many forms of public art. The following images depict examples of scratching, tagging, drawing, bombing, stickering, propaganda, architecture, nature and industrial design. Words are stupid. Here are the pictures.
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-- Jacob Katel
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