The Bomb Shelter is honored to have had the opportunity to collaborate with graffiti legends Crome, Tackz and Muck Rock on an iconic tribute to raw, dirty street art graffiti. This massive collage of gritty urban styles is an impressive. You can’t miss when driving off the i95 195 exit going towards South Beach. Shepard Fairy’s Andrea The Giant also popped up on the building. Located on the corner of NW 36 St and 6 Ave.
Muck Rocks Cyclops Micky and frisky bunnies surround and balance the bold smack you in your face graffiti text of Crome and Tackz. A mix styles that look punk, metal and hip-hop. It took two late nights under the street lights of i95 when this large-scale graffiti mural came together.
Crome is a Miami graffiti legend who most consider a graffiti God. He is the founder of the MSG Crew who’s members now span across the globe. You can’t drive through Wynwood without seeing their name and work. They were the first crew to exploit highway signs and the emergency doors on i95 in Miami.
Jules Muck is a well known graffiti, mural and fine artist based in Venice, California. She is also known widely as muckrock. She began writing graffiti as a teen in Europe in the 90’s. In NYC she worked under Lady Pink and bomed with Spek.
Tackz is a graffiti legend from LA, who now lives and works in South Florida. He is a part of the infamous AM7 SeventhLetter. Tackz has been doing graffiti since the 80’s and is said to be the creator of the “Chrome” effect.
This new iconic addition to the Miami graffiti art scene was made possible by Bomb Shelter for providing Loop and Kobra aerosols and Paul lara aka el feo from HUCOO HOMES Llc for providing the opportunity and wall space. Paul is a realtor, entrepreneur, and die hard graffiti art fan.
Check out sick drone footage of the completed building by Above Ground Production on Instagram.
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