I'm In Miami Bitch - The Disappearing Street Art of Wynwood

I'M IN MIAMI BITCH! The Project, An Explanation.

By Andrew Kaufman aka AK FOTO

     Photography is the most permanent longest lasting proof of street art. There is no way to preserve street art except to photograph it before it fades, is toyed with, buffed or written over. Street art, by its very nature is a fluid art form, constantly evolving because of the landscape, materials, politics, weather etc.  

      It is through photography that street art can be conveyed to the world. Images of the artists and their works are reproduced and disseminated through books, magazines and the internet. 

I'M IN MIAMI BITCH! Smogranch Review

     You are in for a real treat. Smogranch has reviewed I'M IN MIAMI BITCH! the book. Now, Smogranch is not your typical literary reviewer. What he is though, is a thought provoker and catalyst. So when you read this review don't be texting on your phone or listening to the TV. Just focus on what he is saying and think about it. It's called critical thinking. Get used to it. It's what matters. 

Here is an excerpt:

“I’m in Miami Bitch” isn’t an artist driven book, it’s a STORY driven book. Now this story happens to be about artists, a cruel twist of publishing fate, but this point is important. This isn’t a book about Andrew Kaufman saying “Look at me, I’m a badass artist.” This is a book about Andrew Kaufman saying “Look at what these other artists are doing and look at how it has become a part of the fabric of the DNA of our city.” This is a book about street art, community, history and preservation of a style of art that often times is gone less than 24-hours after is has been finished. This book is evidence." --Smogranch

Full review can be seen here...



  @Smogranch making love to a unicorn. Circa 2010.

@Smogranch making love to a unicorn. Circa 2010.