Opening of Blue Print for Space

ArtCenter/South Florida rocket-launched Blue Print for Space, an explosive exhibition curated by South Florida-based art collective Primary Flight. More than 800 guests packed the Lincoln Road gallery throughout the evening, including Ron English, a pioneer of the street art genre; Jim and Tina Darling; and Santiago Rubino. Hipster beats were bumping, and Beats by Dre showcased one-of-a-kind headphones tricked-out by Primary Flight artists El Mac, Typoe and Tes One. The after-party continued with “Murder Dance” at Shore Club with a DJ set by artist Shepard Fairey and special appearance by Russell Simmons. Ebony Bones dropped in to kick-it while Primary Flight artist Cruz tagged a 30-foot poolside wall with fellow graffiti writers. More than 100 Primary Flight artists will now continue painting the streets of Wynwood, creating live murals and installations. Logan Fazio

Photos by Logan Fazio

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