Miami art district

Today, based on the awesome recommendation of a friend (Chris from Episode 2 of The 365 podcast), we got to check out the art district in Miami, Wynwood.  Galleries were everywhere, but what really struck me were the murals.  There were TONS of murals, in fact, there was an outdoor exhibit made of walls and doors with some awesome art on them.  After today, I fully believe every town should be riddled with murals of different styles.  Chattanooga has a couple cool ones, but we need to up our game there.  

Let's be honest. The Paul Walker mural immediately won my heart.  We can only have so many founding fathers and Steve Jobs murals.  Let's honor someone who left us far too early, who didn't necessarily leave a huge legacy, yet they encouraged and excited people through their work.  RIP Paul Walker

Pretty cool wall. If this was in Chattanooga, I predict a bunch of hipsters and tween girls would regularly have photoshoots in front of it.  Speaking of which:

from left to right: Sam, Woody, Jeremy (Woody's brother)

from left to right: Sam, Woody, Jeremy (Woody's brother)

My beautiful wife

My beautiful wife

(Not pictured) My visit to Panther Coffee within this art district.  Delicious coffee, so I bought a pound to take home.  Really glad I got to explore Miami a little deeper this time around.  I'm a big SoFlo fan.  

I'll have about 5 rolls of film to develop after this trip. Excited to see what I got.  You'll probably see more Wynwood when those are developed.