David Walker

The faces that surface on Miami’s walls — like so much of the art that makes its way onto the city’s public places — represent a wide range of artistic styles, sensibilities and backgrounds. The image featured above was painted by Brooklyn-based artist Isabelle Ewing. Several more images of faces that I captured on my recent visit follow:

Jacksonville, Florida-based Nico

London-based David Walker

Australian artist Seb Humphreys aka Order 55

Miami-based Abstrk

West Coast-based Sauteezy aka A Killer’skiller

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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Drawing artists from across the globe, alongside its diverse mix of local artists, London’s walls reflect a wildly varied range of aesthetic sensibilities. Here’s a sampling of what we viewed last week:

London-based David Walker and Barcelona native Pez to the side

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London-based Stik in front of long-running mural

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French artist Vinie

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 Argentinian artist Martin Ron

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 Chilean artists Jekse & Cines

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Puerto Rican artist Alexis Diaz and Argentinean artist Elian

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Dutch duo TelmoMiel

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Note: Part II to follow

Photo credits:  1 – 3 Tara Murray; 4 – 7 Lois Stavsky

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