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

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

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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