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Pesimo, Jade, and Entes: Attack of the Bird People

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Art Basel Miami Beach is the time of year our city's street art is replenished with new work. That Hanged Banker mural by Above next to I-95 replaced this graffing pin-up girls piece. We're excited to see the new stuff but also a little sad that some of our favorites might soon be gone. Consider the above by Lima artists Pesimo, Jade, and Entes -- it's one of three murals they painted for last year's Basel. It's on 25th Street between NW First and NW Second avenues. Go see it before it floats on to Wynwood street art heaven.

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