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2014's Best Street Art in Wynwood

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The streets of Wynwood are one of the 7 great wonders of the art world. With over 1,000 new pieces spray painted each year, it has quickly become one of the most densely muralized neighborhoods in the world.

And while life goes on in the urban core, these paintings bear witness to the trials and tribulations, exultant shrieks of joy; and the love, pain and passion which further characterize human existence.

Somewhere between the glow of the sun, and the wet heat, the pigment comes to life. You need to experience this phenomenon in physical reality, but if you're stuck behind a screen, here are the ten best pieces of Wynwood street art for 2014.

See also: The Best Art of 2014: The Magic City's Visual Arts Scene Attracted Major Headlines

10. The Electric Painted Lady

Rising like a phoenix out of the concrete this face is all splatter lines and technicolor comic life.

9. Dog With Boobs

The rich absurdity of canine street life. This piece multiplies like a dog in heat (it's everywhere)

8. Terminator Faces

This is what the face of the T-1000 robot from Terminator 2 looks like on strong acid.

7. Epic Selfie

Now his parents will finally believe that he's a real artist.

6. Gangster Blood

This will inspire art dealers to become more gang-like: fighting over turf, drugs, and money like they've been killin', stealin', and dope dealin' all their lives.

5. Samurai Ghost Killer

Feudal warlords locked in the death grips of demon battle clutch axes and spill the blood of evil in the gutter. And so does the guy on that wall.

4. Laser Gems

If you ever need to make a quick buck, chip a piece of this wall off with a chisel and sell it to the pawn shop around the corner.

3. Coconut Halfshells

Cheaper than a trip to Thailand.

2. Space Twins

Parking lot, the final frontier, two young astronauts explore the crushed glass wasteland of the parking lot.

1. Time Travelers

This is a detail from a fifty foot wide piece that's a couple of stories tall. It faces the Eastern sun and when the light hits it, the cosmos open up an inter-dimensional portal.

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