8 Must-See Murals in Miami

Explore the Street Art of the Legendary Wynwood Arts District

By Google Arts & Culture

Space Invader at Les Bains, Résidence d'artistes. Special project. Photo : Stéphane Bisseuil (2013) by Space InvaderMuseum of Street Art

Miami is home to a rich culture of street art. The city's derelict spaces and bare walls are often transformed into explosions of color and creativity.

Are these artists space invaders or renegade creatives? Scroll on to take a Street View tour of some of the finest street art the city has to offer. 


London-born Dean Stockton goes by D*face and makes art inspired by Henry Chalfant's subway car graffiti and skateboard culture. Catch his work here in the Wynwood district. Use the arrows to look around.

Shepard Fairey

Founder of OBEY clothing, which uses imagery from John Carpenter's iconic anti-establishment film, They Live, and also the artist behind the 'HOPE' posters for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, Shepard Fairey is also an established street artist.


Catch Spanish artist Dourone's vivid and vibrant figures on walls around the world, including here in Wynwood. 


birdcap's murals often feature zany, wide-eyed characters with wavy limbs and strange expressions, but here he opts for texture and pattern, bringing something organic to the Wynwood concrete. 


Painting walls worldwide since 1993, Italian artist zed1 specializes in wonderland-style narratives and strange characters to communicate a kind of everyday philosophy. This large mural nevertheless contains the nugget of wisdom: "size is no measure of greatness". 

My Dog Sighs

UK-based artist My Dog Sighs is usually all about the eyes. His murals often include intense, photorealistic pairs of eyes looking back out at the street. He's also at home in more abstract expressions of color and energy, like here on the streets of Miami.

Seth Globepainter

True to his name, Paris-born Seth has painted around the globe. A graduate of the Ecole Nationale des Arts Décoratifs, he's known for his character-based works.

Click and drag, and use the arrows, to explore more of Miami's vibrant Wynwood district, or discover more Street Art, this time in New York.

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