Miami, riding a bike to: Venetian Causeway ( Miami to Miami Beach NdR)
Miami, kicking off: Bajareque 278 NW 36th St
Miami, get ya nails done: Zero! I do it!
Miami, life socks: Internet
Miami, this is a night: Someone’s house or studio or warehouse… the street!
Miami, hot and dirt cheap: Salvation Army on Wednesdays!
For churros, Manolos 7300 Collins Avenue, 685 Washington Avenue.
For birra, depends the day and the time and the kind of music they have: The Corner 1035 N. Miami Avenue, Wood Tavern 2531 N.W. 2nd Ave. Wynwood, The Deuce 222 14th Street, Gramps 176 NW 24TH ST or any Brewery 565 NW 24 Street.
Deep fried Diana
Daido! All these questions very hard!
Favorite song (music): Changes per season! The last one preferita: “Get Free” – Major Lazer
Your mom’s name: Kiki
Who do you say “I love you Less & Less” to? Cats
How did you meet Mecki? Cuz Daido
Your favorite smell: Cafe & paint
What’s the best way to waste your talent, and what talent is it? Che talento?
What sets your heart on fire? Avocado
Outfit of the night? Mutanda & top
Your fetish piece of clothing: Only Tattoos
Peruvian-born and American since last year, Diana Larrea aka Parcialmente Nublada, loves tattoos and was an artistic gymnast. As Miami-based photographer and Editor in Chief at wynwoodmurals.com, she documents the evolution and changing of Wynwood, El barrio, one of the most energetic art neighborhoods in the world. Diana is the Princess of Miami Street Art. She is iconic, she is sexy, she is alway on the road. Photojournalism has never been so funky.
See more of Parcialmente Nublada at dianalarrea.net or Instagram or www.wynwoodmurals.com
Thanks Nublada !