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Art Takeover: Wynwood, Miami

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Like most neighborhood transformations-turned-gentrification, Wynwood’s started on the streets.

As the younger, trendier brother of Miami’s Design District, Wynwood has grown quick. When its largest gallery held its first show in 1999, the area was nothing more than a string of abandoned warehouses and auto shops. Though the current cultural core of the city is just ten minutes from South Beach, it’s only been a few years since many were too afraid to walk down its graffiti-ridden streets after dark.

Not anymore. In true hipster form, what was once terribly dangerous is now terribly cool. Also in true hipster form, it’s only really cool once a month. The Wynwood Art Walk, held the second Saturday of every month, transforms the usually scarce streets into the sort of place that gives Miami the cultural cred it so greatly deserves.

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City Takeover: NYCXDesign

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With New York City considered the design capital of the world, it seems fitting that a citywide celebration of design would fit snuggly into the scenery. For ten days in May (May 9-20), all five boroughs will host free events, exhibitions and studio tours aimed at exposing design to people who don’t normally think about it. 

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