Ahol Sniffs Glue Is On That Grind

Ahol Sniffs Glue (David Anasagasti) is one of the best artists in Miami not merely because his work is engaging, raw and represents a bridge between high brow fine art and low brow street art — he’s one of the best artists in Miami because of his grind.

There’s grind and then there’s next level grind. Ahol Sniffs Glue is on that next level grind. It’s like he doesn’t sleep. Lately, his grind has been all about creating an intimate experience for his customer. With legendary Miami impresario Notorious Nastie playing the role of the The Biscayne Roach, they hustle Ahol’s swag by having fans dial a number that basically leads to a wild goose chase of sorts that eventually ends up at a warehouse in Little Haiti where they keep their Swag.  And the swag is never ending because Ahol Sniffs Glue is on that grind.

Ahol Sniffs Glue and The Art Basel Grind

And for this Art Basel, Ahol Sniffs Glue’s grind will be on display all week outside of Gramp’s in Wynwood off of 24th Street. The Biscayne Roach will be trapping out Ahol works out of a painted Jitney on 24th street. You can’t miss it. A painted jitney covered in eyeballs. And you shouldn’t miss it.

It’s actually affordable and unique shit. And it’s as Miami as it gets.

Which is a hard thing to say about the rest of the city during Art Basel.

So watch out Miami, this dude’s got his eyes on you…

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J.J. Colagrande

Has written about Miami culture for almost twenty years, first with The Miami Herald, then Miami New Times and Huffington Post. He's the publisher of The Jitney and a full-time professor.