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Death of the Warehouse by Jay Hirschfeld

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4.38 Gigapixels
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Sep 03, 2010
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Sep 02, 2010
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GigapanMagazine.org Will open in a new tab or window Volume 3 Issue 5

The second time I went to this 160,000 square foot warehouse in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, FL, I was told by a cop it'd just been bought by a developer who hadn't figured out what to do with it.

There's probably around 75-100 massive street art pieces thrown up on the interior.

The freshly installed, soon-to-be-painted brick now occupying former windows used to be open holes showing the second story hallways, which were covered in additional murals.

The developer is probably right to restore this building to it's original, monochromic state-- the countless hours of effort and thousands of cans of spray paint have really made it such an eyesore...right?

You can check out some of the images from my initial shoot at this warehouse here:
Downstairs office: www.gigapan.org/gigapans/57505/
Upstairs office: gigapan.org/gigapans/57679/
An article explaining this property's sale can be found here:
www.miamitodaynews.com/news/100415/story6.shtml Will open in a new tab or window
At around 4.4 gigapixels, I'm also pretty certain this image holds the record for the highest resolution high dynamic range image ever created.


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