Part 2 to be posted tomorrow…
Swampy, Gaia and Greg Mike’s legal mural
Back from Atlanta, back from three days of street art summer camp aka the Living Walls Conference. Those three days were pretty intense—can’t imagine how it must’ve been for those artists who lived in the common quarters and spent a full ten days painting, pasting and partying.
Jason Kofke working outside of the Eyedrum garage
Ming Donkey and I rolled into town around 9pm Thursday, August 12 and headed to Eyedrum. A gated art compound in a seedy neighborhood, Eyedrum is a warehouse and a crumbling garage with a maze of back sidewalks, which line railroad tracks and wind to privately leased studios. Travel-bleary, we tumbled out of the truck with our dog, Booger, blinking dumbly at the spread before us—the grungiest, rowdiest art squat in the history of Atlanta.
Keep reading at Juxtapoz.