Words from the sidewalks of Wynwood.
Wynwood is one of the most unique places I’ve ever been, and experiencing it in person was like a dream. Nearly every square inch of the Wynwood Design District is covered in colorful, brilliant artwork.
#wynwood #miami #streetart
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:
I’m having such a blast in Miami and feeling so inspired ♥
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.
A little vacation in one of my favorite cities starts now… #miami Technically we got in at midnight last night, no thanks to delays and cancellations at JFK. The vibe is so much more relaxed here than I’m used to in NYC. I’m looking forward to a few days of hot, humid weather, relaxing, and taking a ton of photos.
Noteworthy: as soon as we settled into our cab at the airport, our driver immediately turned up the song Africa by Toto, and we watched palm trees and city lights of Miami pass us by. It was so fitting and dreamy.
I’m currently working on making my namaste more peaceful. Also, I wish the entrance to my apartment was as serene as the entrance to my parents’ home—I’m beginning to believe fung shui is the real deal.
Parisian street art.
Noteworthy – the bike welded to the wall of a building and adorned with wings.
I need to get back to Paris soon, it truly is incredibly inspiring.
Parisian window sills are the cutest thing ever. I’ve never been to Paris in the Spring, I can’t imagine how adorable it is right now. (This photo was taken in December.)
I love this wall in Soho, so cheery. Happy Friday!