This is definitely not your typical art gallery.
But visitors to Miami shouldn’t miss the city’s Wynwood neighbourhood, a former warehouse district that has become a veritable Louvre of graffiti art. Dozens of buildings throughout the area are adorned with an ever-changing gallery of street art murals by graffiti artists from around the world, including Canadians Patrick McNeil of Faile and Jasmine Dearden, known as Jas9.
The Wynwood Walls just west of the waterfront is a focal point for the neighbourhood’s collection, calling itself the “world’s greatest street art museum.” Since they were created in 2009, the Walls alone have officially hosted more than 50 artists from 16 countries and encompass nearly 7,500 square metres.
Above is a selection of images from the area taken in October 2015.