Mailchimp recently settled into Ponce City Market, laying claim to 126,000 square feet of Atlanta's favorite ex-industrial space. With a staggering amount of concrete and vast expanses of blank white walls, the creative design folks naturally decided to bring a little oomph to the office by commissioning art. A lot of art. And not just any art, but snazzy, thought-provoking street art. By working with Living Walls, MailChimp got eight custom-made, giant-ass murals to adorn their walls. Slate stepped inside their newly opened offices to check out the pieces and report on the process behind their creation. After the jump, take a peak inside MailChimp HQ.
· MailChimp's New Atlanta Office Brings Street Art Indoors [Slate]
· MailChimp Design [Twitter]
· Your Guide to Atlanta Public Art: 29 Works to See Right Now [Curbed Atlanta]