Welcome to the first in an on-going series of blog posts in which I will share some of my favorite street art photos of Wynwood. Though street art photos will always be the focus of these recaps, amazing candid shots happen before my eyes when flicking photos of street art. If there is one thing I’ve learned since shooting that first wall with Edison is that, when flicking photos, you have to be flexible and on the ready at all times.
It may be an unexpected downpour of rain that sends me running for cover for my camera.
Or it may be unexpected discoveries, like mattresses and abandoned electric signs.
Or a delivery truck covered in graffiti and some pretty amazeballs political stencil work about The Sexual Predator in Chief.
These photos, I think, add dimension and color to the street art photos that I’m sharing. In them, you catch a small glimpse of what I’m seeing as I hit the streets. Every time I head out to shoot photos of street art of Wynwood or the other neighborhoods of South Florida, I always end of with a few of these candid, urban photos that I keep and will share with you throughout this series of blog posts.
First Up, Artist Dasic Fernandez
From the graffiti bombers on the street, stunning street art rises up! This is artist Dasic Fernández. I love how it offers a unique visual perspective on the history of and relationship between graffiti & street art. Pin the image below if you love this as much as I do.
Artist Mandragora Leticia
This is a detail shot of a stunning wall by Italian-Spanish artist Mandragora Leticia.
Seeking Refuge for my Camera from the Rain
Artist: Sebastien Coolidge.
These are just 2 of a 5-panel series
Artist: Hec One Love
Yell hell yeah to #Loveism
Artist: Belgian Artist A Squid Called Sebastian
Some Randoms that Caught My Eye