Flux Projects held a street party at the Elliott Street Pub in Castleberry Hill on Saturday, July 21, 2012. Beer, live music, dance and performance art entertained the audience. Also, you could get a custom made screen print “flux projects” t-shirt made on site. Some folks decided a screen print on their back would be good too. You need to see more photos from this wild night by clicking here.

New mural by Dr. Dax and Loss Prevention pays homage to the Limelight club that inhabited space in the 80’s.  If you don’t know the Limelight, it is the reason everyone refers to the Kroger as Disco Kroger.  The Mural is 20’ tall and over 130’ long and sponsored by BINDERS!  Keep an eye out for upcoming video coverage!

Young, Foxy and Free in and around Atlanta and Athens.  Check out this month’s feature of street artist PLF.  

 Thanks Inman Park Police Patrol Graffiti Task Force for letting this one slide…..

Big huge thanks to Stuart at BINDERS for helping us out with all the art supply donations!  

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PLF show at Octane Coffee opens tonight!

Seeing as how I’m jealous of whoever picked this little number up at Living Walls last month, I’m excited that he is showing more large aerosol panels- and from what I hear: at reasonable prices. Check it out tonight @ 7PM

Don’t miss it!

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?”

Graffiti writer come fine artist, Hense, is not only critically acclaimed for his contribution to the underground movement of graffiti, but also being sued for his involvement in the misunderstood art form.

Click here to read full PURGEATL interview

Collaboration: OverUnder, Labrona, and Gawd presented by Living Walls Conference 2011.  

This week I have really enjoyed stumbling upon all the beautiful murals from the artists that I adore from LW, but this one really blew me away.

Stunning mural by Never on a wall at the Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park - you can’t miss this part of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine!

Meet James McConnel, Beep Beep-er and Four Coats Champion

By: Scoutmob

This cat’s got his hands in more art-related projects than an octopus in a Sherwin Williams store… or something along those lines. When James isn’t working at Art Papers, Atlanta’s lauded arts journal, he’s putting in hours at emerging artists bastion Beep Beep Gallery and organizing cool projects for our city. Most recently, aforementioned cool projects include the Four Coats Mural Project, which you may have seen out and about in your around-town scouting. We’ll let James tell you more about that, as well as momentarily mount a soapbox on public art (and let us in on some of the places and people who get his creative juices going). 

Click photo for full interview