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influent:

Living Walls 2011 . CTEcreative . Full Flickr Set

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burnawayga:

Sam3’s downtown mural is finished!  Vandalog Street Art Blog ask:
“As far as I know, this mural by Sam3 is the tallest in America, if not the world. It was painted this month in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference. Yes, there are murals and even illegal graffiti that cover more square-footage, but in terms of height, this 15-story-tall mural has everything I can think of beat. So is this really the tallest mural in America or possibly the world?”

Have y’all seen this piece yet?

burnawayga:

Sam3’s downtown mural is finished!  Vandalog Street Art Blog ask:

“As far as I know, this mural by Sam3 is the tallest in America, if not the world. It was painted this month in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference. Yes, there are murals and even illegal graffiti that cover more square-footage, but in terms of height, this 15-story-tall mural has everything I can think of beat. So is this really the tallest mural in America or possibly the world?”

Have y’all seen this piece yet?

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lendonwall:

 
Evereman projected onto Georgia Archives Building
Living Walls, the City Speaks
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turnmyheadintosound:

burnawayga:

Click on photo for all the locations of this year’s Living Walls mural, just in case you missed the bike tour yesterday.

Photo from the Living Walls event Saturday night. Really great art and great lectures. I found it to be really inspiring. I hope that Living Walls can become a catalyst to help transform and reclaim Atlanta’s spaces. Turn them into places that help inspire and foster creativity and beauty through art. I’m really looking forward to getting the chance to seeing all of the art around the city.

turnmyheadintosound:

burnawayga:

Click on photo for all the locations of this year’s Living Walls mural, just in case you missed the bike tour yesterday.

Photo from the Living Walls event Saturday night. Really great art and great lectures. I found it to be really inspiring. I hope that Living Walls can become a catalyst to help transform and reclaim Atlanta’s spaces. Turn them into places that help inspire and foster creativity and beauty through art. I’m really looking forward to getting the chance to seeing all of the art around the city.