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Street artists transform building into a boombox

In 2010 an Argentine street artist named Sonni painted an abandoned Wynwood building to resemble a boombox.

But someone painted an advertisement over his two-story-tall art work.

So, in 2012, Miami street artist, Trek6, and San Francisco-based artist Chor Boogie, reimagined The Boombox Building with a different design, which you see here.

A few years later The Boombox Building -- by now a local landmark -- was repainted again, in the version shown in the next three images in this online gallery.

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The Miami Murals -- Wynwood Walls & Beyond
In 2010 an Argentine street artist named Sonni painted an abandoned Wynwood building to resemble a boombox.<br />
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But someone painted an advertisement over his two-story-tall art work.<br />
<br />
So, in 2012, Miami street artist, Trek6, and San Francisco-based artist Chor Boogie, reimagined The Boombox Building with a different design, which you see here.<br />
<br />
A few years later The Boombox Building -- by now a local landmark -- was repainted again, in the version shown in the next three images in this online gallery.