Artist Do It at Eyedrum Gallery, part of the Living Walls Conference
Swampy, Gaia and Greg Mike's legal mural...which later met some misfortune at the hands of graf writer Vomet
The Eyedrum garage on opening night
More Do It...this guy normally paints on freight trains. I love his work.
My old Memphis-in-Atlanta buddy and champion biker Wes
Gaia and Greg Mike
Eyedrum, morning after the opening
Peruvian artist Marco Sueno's legal wall
Peruvian artist Faber's mural (at Eyedrop) and NYC-based urban interventionist Jason Eppink
Oakland artist Feral Child
in the garage
Angel and Evereman on the Beltline
Jason Kofke's Dolorean mural
Cartoons, Ming Donkey style
Local graf artist in Eyedrum garage
just a coupla cats from Columbus, MS getting their BBQ on
the Living Walls conference cake
egg before the chicken...think this was added by a local during the course of the opening
Atlanta artist Chris Chambers burning midnight oil
Now where did that trail mix go?
at the opening
Hundreds of people came out
Atlanta's own Papertwins...maybe?
A couple of ladies are planning to make a film about the event. The mural on the front of Eyedrum was painted by NYC/Barcelona artist Ripo, and that's Marco Sueno and Swampy on the water tower.
Faber and his girlfriend speak with anarchist author Jeff Ferrell
Peruvian artist Faber
Feral Child in progress
Gaia's fresh acorn tat, self-performed with a needle and pen...oh, the things we do to unwind at street art summer camp!
the Eyedrum garage
Atlanta artist Jason Kofke, working outside the Eyedrum garage
...and working on into the night
working in the garage at night
Marco Sueno's legal wall...I love that he left the tiles of the fiddlers just peeking over
Ming Donkey, phase 2
Ming Donkey, phase 1
Ming Donkey, phase 3
Monica's mom came from Florida to help! In the background, Marco Sueno and OX
OX likes his work to mimic it's context
$tatus Faction posters...an Atlanta and LA art collective!
more mail posters
Shaun Thurston's legal wall at some sort of garden center
Sleeping quarters for street art summer camp
wall put up by a local Atlanta crew, the Status Faction
Atlanta bike culture
Swampy in the gallery (this kid is a 22 year old Oakland artist who takes amazing photos, hops trains and lives in squats...check him out here:http://swmpdnky.com/)
Somebody got mugged for this Ripo/Swampy tag
more Swampy...he put this up in about two hours!
Two nights before the opening
Clown Soldier's work spread out across the sleeping quarters
the poster hall in progress
working in the garage
cans with PRESENCE
So this is how I avoid showing faces...
more posters from everywhere!
Chris Chambers at work
Jason Kofke in the gallery
lovely public art on the Beltline
so I think this piece is actually supposed to be an overhead view of Atlanta
...and this part is downtown...except as far as I know there's no river in Atlanta and the bridge looks like Brooklyn, so what gives?
mural along the Beltline...doesn't it kinda remind you of a Trapper Keeper?
Public art Atlanta
This was at a Garden Center where we went to check out Shaun Thurston's legal wall. I was struck by the single ballon dog on the table.
This girl worked at the garden center and was so unbelievably chirpy, I couldn't believe she was real!
at the garden center
Mississippi art kids in Atlanta!
The BBQ place across from Eyedrum had a great veggie plate...if you're the kind of vegetarian that can stomach picking chunks of pork out of your greens! (donk doesn't seem so sure, but I can, and everything was delish!)
Wes's Team Shred Tat
Lynlee and Jeremy waking up with tea and a smoke
Ming Donkey's corner of Eyedrum