Start Exploring with the Flavorpill Street-Art Guide


Graffiti may have been around for decades, but thanks to artists like Banksy and Swoon, street art has achieved new cultural significance — which means that, for many of us, some of the most stunning works of modern art are just around the corner. Of course, the city is a big place, so unless you spend your days wandering the back-roads and alleys, it’s easy to miss some of your local street-art masterpieces. That’s why we’ve teamed with Havaianas to create an extremely handy guide to a selection of the amazing artwork in NYC, LA, and Miami that doesn’t need a museum to shine — inspired by the brand’s new limited-edition Graffiti sandals. Check out a gallery of images from the guide here, then click through for the whole thing, including printable maps.

Also, if you’re in LA, be sure to stop by the Havaianas Mercado pop-up store at Space 15 Twenty, where you can create your own Havaianas and learn more about the Graffiti line through July 24.

Click through below for more images from our exclusive street-art guide.

Shepard Fairey @ Rodney & Hope St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Pic courtesy of Jake Dobkin @ Streetsy

Shark Toof @ 236-260 Moore St, Bushwick, Brooklyn Pic courtesy of All City Street Art

Anthony Sneed @ Metropolitan Ave. & Roebling St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Retna x El Mac x Reyes @ 169 NW 23rd St, Miami

Adrian Sonni @ NW 6th Ave & 23rd St, Miami

Stelios Faitakis @ 2nd Ave & NW 26th St, Miami

JR @ 1305 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice

Seizer @ 3890 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles Pic courtesy of All City Street Art

JR @ 944 E 4th St, Los Angeles