To those who think that wall graffiti is just more of the same old boring thing, then with this post we’re giving them a tough bite to chew, because not all walls are equal, nor are they located on main streets with high visibility.

There’s still plenty of people who explore, investigate and take risks just to leave a dash of style in abandoned places with limited access.

In the case of Eskae and Helm, two Miami writers with the same objective, they paint these types of places such as the Yellow Water weapons installations that was in use up until just after the second World War and is now under the jurisdiction of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and patrolled and controlled by cameras on a daily basis.

On that same trip they took the opportunity to paint some other peculiar places as well.

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