SacSix, a NYC-based street artist who originally hailed from Miami, drops Freedom Pharrell, from his Sidewalks And Icons wheat paste series, on the streets of Wynwood.
Freedom Pharrell by SacSix
Yesterday, I took an unsanctioned long lunch break from work to shoot a new mermaid wall by Miami-based artists Daniel Osorno and Michell Diaz. Circling the blocks of Wynwood searching for a parking spot, I stumbled across Miami-born, NY-based wheat paste artist SacSix. With his #SidewalksAndIcons street art series, SacSix explores pop culture icons & their relationship with the streets of NYC. His work as a street art curator includes producing and curating the launch for the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.
Only in Miami for a few days, SacSix took the opportunity to fix his aging and weathered “Parents Just Don’t Understand Street Art” door outside Lulu Laboratorium. Here are some behind-the-scenes shots from our chance encounter. as well as a few finished pieces. It was so nice to meet a cool like-minded peep and I look forward to connecting with him again when I get to New York later this year. And many thanks to Lulu Laboratorium for supporting street artists.
“Parents Just Don’t Understand Street Art” may have been showing it’s age, but I Ioved it still.
“Freedom Farrell” by street artist Sacsix getting prepped to be pasted up.
This wheat paste art is “Seinfeld Lennon” by street artist Sacsix. It’s on the opposite side of the entrance to Lulu Laboratorium from “Freedom Pharrell” in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami, FL.
Behind-the-scenes as “Seinfeld Lennon” goes up.
“Seinfeld Lennon” sticker art.
Some political art by SacSix because, well, Trump.