2Square Take Wynwood, Bomb Walls, and Live Like Gypsies

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"There's a huge influx of people here all the time, and a lot of artists, and just people coming to take pictures too. Some people don't know what they're looking at, but a lot of people do. There are a lot of educated street art heads here."

"We're working on this wall with a young guy we met named Reggie, who writes L.E.O., he's doing his own piece, and he's awesome."

Justin Vallee, Reginald L.E.O. O'Neal, and Jeremiah Taylor
Reginald "L.E.O." O'Neal says, "I saw these guys doing walls so I stopped to talk to them, and after that, I started skating all the way hereto paint with them."

The crew is currently continuing to paint an 11 panel series of individual works on the building at 23rd Street. When asked how they got the wall, Jeremiah said, "Some advertising company owns it or something."

When asked about the Leopard piece he said, "It's based on a movie called Love Is Ashes And Snow. It's a place of heaven where animal and man can be together. It's a dream."

2Square are getting ready for Art Basel with an exhibition they'll be throwing at Spiderboost in Wynwood at 24th Street and NW Fifth Avenue. "They're hooking us up," says Justin, "We did a 17-piece mural over there with Lil Wayne and Kurt Cobain. I'm working on getting the permits for it now. We're going to be showing art, photos, installations, and have DJs."

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