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Arts
5:18 pm
Mon February 24, 2014

In Lake Worth, Ephemeral Street Art Is The Year's Biggest Event

Lake Worth's 20th Annual Street Painting Festival
Andrea Richard

Artist Bill McCaffrey took 15 hours to complete a chalk painting of a Titanic scene on the street in Lake Worth, before the rain came and washed it away. But that's OK with him.

"The longer I do street art, I become less possessive of my work," he says. "You learn to let it go."

McCaffrey was one of the featured artists at the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, in which he has participated for 17 years.

The two-day festival drew a crowd of nearly 100,000 people to the small town over the weekend.

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Art Basel
4:12 pm
Thu December 5, 2013

Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Wynwood’s Evolving Street Art

Kazilla spray-painting a mural on ABC Costume Shop.
Julia Duba WLRN

If you’ve wandered around Wynwood, chances are you’ve noticed all the murals. And if you wander around there months later, you'll probably notice a lot of them are gone.

And when Art Basel comes around, Wynwood is like a whole new place.

“It’s temporary. It’s just for the moment just so you can feel it and breathe it and do it and then you let it go,” muralist Kazilla says.

She’s painting a piece on the front wall of ABC Costume Shop, a store on Northwest 24th Street near I-95.

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Graffiti Iconz Lake Worth
3:01 pm
Thu February 21, 2013

Graffiti Iconz In Lake Worth Fosters Graffiti Art Movement Beyond Wynwood

Artists at Graffiti Iconz in Lake Worth create one-of-a-kind works using a variety of mediums, including spray paint.
Credit Graffiti Iconz

In Lake Worth, where the prevalence of gang graffiti motivated city commissioners to create an anti-spray paint ordinance in 2010, artist/business owner Adolphe Latorre has his work cut out for him. 

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