When Pete Kirill, a 42-year-old neo-pop artist, put his last strokes of exterior paint on his massive street mural of Elvis Presley, he joined a legion of artists responsible for turning a forlorn coner of Miami into one of the city’s hottest areas – Wynwood.

-The Wall Street Journal. March 10, 2017.

Neo-Pop Artist Pete Kirill In the News

‘The Next Frontier’, pp. M7. The Wall Street Journal. March 2017.

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Hannah Sentenac. ‘Artist Pete Kirill Paints James Dean as Flavor Flav for Wynwood Mural’, Miami New Times. September 2013.

Kendrick Daye. ‘The Illest Dictators across the globe… according to Artist & Designer Pete Kirill’, Art Nouveau Magazine. May 2013.

Audra Burch. ‘Hip-hop portrait of Elvis hovers over Wynwood’, Miami Herald. February 2013.

‘Wynwood Portrait Of Elvis Gets “All Shook Up”’, CBS News Miami. February 2013.

Kendrick Daye. ‘Hide your dictators, kill your idols…’, Art Nouveau Magazine. October 2012.

Dorianna Valerio. ‘Pete Kirill Merges the Line between Communism and Capitalism’, Galo Magazine. August 2012.

‘Screen Shots’, 52, 53, 54, 55. Miami Art Guide. December 2012.

De Jesus, Carlos Suarez. ‘Dictators, Globes and Inner Monologues’, Sex, Drugs & ArtWalk. Miami New Times. November 2011.