Art

Mad as Hell, Not Going to Take It Anymore

Photos by Amanda McCorquodale
Everyone has their pent-up rage. Some unleash it via Network-style outbursts or Falling Down-esque stomping tirades while others are like fed-up, cursing flight attendants busting out the emergency slide. Here in Miami, in 2010, we let out our frustration via paint and walls. Consider this ticked-off moment snapped on NW 21 Street and Second Avenue. Think he heard about the latest controversy surrounding the recently deceased Ynot?



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Amanda McCorquodale