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March 2014

Wynwood Walls, an urban open-air museum

Photo 1 & 3 : A delicious restaurant and an open-air museum of street art : these are the Wynwood Walls. Photos by Ludovic Bischoff Photo 2 : Collage mural by Shepard Fairey in bar; Christian Awe oversized canvases in dining room @ WKB by Moris Moreno

The Wynwood Walls, still in the Wynwood Art District, is the playground of the most famous street artists like Shepard Fairey (known to the general public for the Obama “Hope” campaign poster that he created in 2008), Invader, the little Frenchy who dots Space Invader mosaics across the planet, Nunca, Futura, Aiko and many others. The walls of this art complex are completely at the disposal of graffiti artists who make it, day after day, into a very popular museum. Their work is exhibited in the open air to the delight of visitors who come to sample the wonderful cuisine of the Wynwood Kitchen & Bar. The Latin influences of Chef Miguel Aguilar make up a menu that characterized by freedom and inventiveness. The “vaca frita”, chunks of beef marinated then fried, is sumptuous. Just like the rest of the menu that pleasantly surprises the palate. Note that the bar and the inner salon of the Wynwood Kitchen & Bar were decorated by Shepard Fairey himself. A must for all lovers of street art!
www.thewynwoodwalls.com
www.wynwoodkitchenandbar.com

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