After adding more than 100 murals to Atlanta's cityscape during the last five years, Living Walls is going on a year-long hiatus in 2015 for "reflection and strategic planning." The move was spurred, at least in part, by Atlanta's proposed ordinance to regulate public art on private property after some of the nonprofit's art was considered a bit too ... shall we say "edgy"? for certain neighborhoods. Fortunately, Atlanta has no shortage of stunning public art. Previous Living Walls conferences, Elevate Atlanta initiatives, the Beltline's move to become the largest outdoor public art exhibition in the South and, of course, good old fashioned street artists doing their own thing continue to bring color and character to our city.
· A Guide To 21 Works Of Street Art You Must See Right Now [Curbed Atlanta]