Every week artists are hitting the streets and sharing their latest work with us. This week including some first Wynwood, Miami murals! Enjoy Weekly ASA #16! 

sipros sipros street art miami

Cute mural by Sipros_Sipros in the Bahama’s.

kobra street art

Awesome work by Kobra Street Art. “500 years after Leonardo da Vinci passed away, he still inspires many artists. I wanted to symbolize this by using images of my own hands in my rereading of ‘Vitruvian Man’ which I painted during the MIX Experience in Sao Paulo.” Great job!

vhils street art

Another amazing job by Vhils: “This portrait was inspired by the faces of the women and the men who worked their lives away in a factory that made fabrics which used to exist here. With these pieces, I try to open up a window into the past through the walls that were present in another time that seems so remote yet is so close to us.” Picture by José Pando Lucas.

bier en brood said kinos miami street art

Great collaboration mural in Miami Wynwood by Saïd Kinos (who also 25-meter long mural at Kunsthal Rotterdam at the moment) and Bier en Brood. The mural is part of the Sober Collective group show in Wynwood, Miami, that will open December 8.

tapia barcelona

‘Terrorist grandma’ is the title of the mural made by Jofre Oliveras for b.murals in Naubostik of Barcelona. “This mural explains the situation of the city where the political conflicts are going against people. Police attack innocent people and the Spanish government is sending to prison people who make use of their freedom of expression right. When the state names terrorists its citizens the real terrorist is the state.”

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ron english street art miami

Cool mural by Ron English in Miami.

ashopcrew street art miami

Another Wynwood Walls Official mural! Great picture by Nika Kramer of a stunning work by Ashop Crew.

aec street art

Great imaginative mural by Aec • Interesni Kazki in NYC.

proboynick street art

Nikita Golubev digs art out of dirt and shows how cool the result can be!

herakut street art

Nature Said We Should Share Her Gifts. Another beautiful work by the inspiring Hera of Herakut in Kampala, Uganda for the Water is Life campaign initiated by Viva ConaguaViva con Agua Kampala and Millerntor Gallery.

bortuskleer street art

Bortusk Leer‘s monsters always speak the truth!

What’s your favorite mural this week? Stay creative and see you next week!

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