Art

O, Miami

Yesterday we walked over to The Carlton hotel to see a wall painted by Steve Powers. It was as epic as we anticipated!  Here’s a small piece of it that I really love:

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Art Deco color dreams:
art deco miami south beach

Neon love from Wynwood:
neon mural wynwood walls miami

I’m having such a blast in Miami and feeling so inspired ♥

Wynwood

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wynwood walls miami
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I explored Wynwood for the first time yesterday! I’m still speechless and will have (a lot) more to say about this at another time.

#wynwood #miami

Ride in Peace

parisian street art

Parisian street art.
Noteworthy – the bike welded to the wall of a building and adorned with wings.
#rideinpeace #paris

I need to get back to Paris soon, it truly is incredibly inspiring.

Happy Friday

bradley theodore

I saw this painting/mural by Bradley Theodore in Soho in last week, unfortunately I didn’t have a wide angle lens on hand to capture the full beauty. Le sigh…

#bradleytheodore

Parisian Street Art

brocante paris

Observation: Parisian street art is much more colorful in comparison to NYC street art—there’s a visibly concerted effort to add a pop of color.
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paris graffiti
paris street art graffiti
Noteworthy: I love the glitter on this last mural, that’s something I’ve never seen before.

An afternoon at the Guggenheim

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zero guggenheim
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I saw dazzling light installations at the ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s exhibit at the Guggenheim. I find light installations incredibly interesting, and have been dying to see this exhibit since it first opened. The Guggenheim has a strict no camera policy (that they enforce) so unfortunately I have no images to share.