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LEBA does Art Basel ~ Day One

Every year Art Basel Miami brings artists together from all over the world. What started as a slow trickle from Los Angeles has become a torrent, as Miami's graffiti-friendly culture centered at Wynwood mixes with the international art crowd in Miami Beach.

This year L.A. artist LEBA "@leba" visited Miami to paint, party, and take photos. Please enjoy this gallery...


When we landed in Orlando at 4am we had no idea what to expect, all we knew about Basel was what we had heard.

First things first, we went to pick up some cans at the local paint shop 004 connec, which carries their own line of paint called Evolve for $3 a can, I was actually surprised by the quality of the paint, I suggest you try some yourself.

We hurriedly ran down to Miami and 25th to try and rack some wall to paint, but everything was already spoken for, looked like if we were gonna get up, we were gonna have to claim something.

On our search to find our Wynwood destiny we snapped some shots of the action going on all around us for blocks on end...


Girl Band with Groupie
Hand Ship 4
Hard thought Maybe
Heinekin artist
Leba Phone
Moby Dick Spray off
MR 1
Sinking 1
Bromance Selfie Love
Covering every side
Falling Jest
Ferr camo and whale 1
Ferr camo and whale 2
Ferr camo and whale 3
Gan activity
Hand Ship 1
Hand ship 3
Hard thought NO
Hard thought OK
Hard Thought Yes
I see you
Leba 2
Looking at you look at me
LULU Privent event
Man at work surronded by art
Menu Leba 1
Miami Street block
Miamis Finest
Moby Dick Spray ON
MR 2
Orange bandit 2
Poor street artist 2
Sinking 2
Sinking 3
Speaker ears
That my eye
Thats my eye 2
Thinking 2
Trump Fro
Vader 2
Wynwood art complex
Cuba Americ
Eye ET
Vader 3
Poor artist and hate for trump

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