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Best Street Art/Graffiti

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Creative Loafing has been presenting Atlanta's Best People, Places and Events since 1972. These are some of the past winners for this category:

2018 Readers Pick: Best Street Art/Graffiti BOA Award Winner

2018 » Poets, Artists, & Madmen » Readers Pick
Krog Street Tunnel

2018 Critics Pick: Best Street Art/Graffiti BOA Award Winner

2018 » Poets, Artists, & Madmen » Critics Pick
MARTA stations Fahamu Pecou

Best street art BOA Award Winner

2014 » Poets, Artists, & Madmen » Readers Pick
Living Walls

Best Street Graffiti BOA Award Winner

2000 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
Before the East Atlanta scene bloomed, graf giants like Keen, Noah and Jaz were cultivating their art in the alleyways between those disregarded storefronts. Little remains of their pieces now. But a graf revival here has occurred since the opening of the Fl atiron with its occasional graffiti photomore...
Before the East Atlanta scene bloomed, graf giants like Keen, Noah and Jaz were cultivating their art in the alleyways between those disregarded storefronts. Little remains of their pieces now. But a graf revival here has occurred since the opening of the Fl atiron with its occasional graffiti photo exhibits, the three "wildstyle burners" by Chase 360 and Daks on the outside of Grant Central Pizza, and the Youngblood Gallery's wall done by the infamous InkHeads crew. Yes, artistic graffiti has returned to the village. less...

Best Street Graffiti BOA Award Winner

2000 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
Civic Yard
Due and proper respect must be given to those graf artists on the front line. On the most active battlefield in town, known as the Civic Yard, only the best last long, and beefs between the amateurish "toys" and those with true talent can end up ugly. Ask skillful newcomer Veer, who just last week languishedmore...
Due and proper respect must be given to those graf artists on the front line. On the most active battlefield in town, known as the Civic Yard, only the best last long, and beefs between the amateurish "toys" and those with true talent can end up ugly. Ask skillful newcomer Veer, who just last week languished over his decision to paint an eerie bloodied face of Jesus over a Deter "throw-up" for fear of reprisal. Don't blink, because paint barely dries on this wall before it is hit again, and hit hard. less...

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