Taking It to the Streets

By Mikkel Hyldebrandt
Photos courtesy of Brian Rojas, MH

Midtown may be the heart of the more official art scene in Atlanta, but different neighborhoods have proven that their creative vibe is strong as well. Street art is an innate part of the Atlanta at scene, and whether you want colorful murals, sculpture, or graffiti-inspired art, it is literally everywhere you go. Here are some of the prime examples from our artful city.

The Art on the Beltline project has made the trail an important venue for artistic expression for local artists.
The Beltline offers artistic excellence in all shapes and sizes. Here a massive mural under the bridge by the Piedmont Park dog park.jpg
The Brandon Sadler mural is beneath the bridge at 587 Virginia Ave NE.
The colorful mural by HENSE is located at the entrance to the Beltline aby Piedmont Park
The six-story mural created by Sean Schwab in 2012 sits at the corner of Jessie Hill Jr. Drive and Auburn Avenue

The Cabbagetown neighborhood and the mural project gives you some of Atlanta’s most vibrant and cool street art right now.

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