Living Walls announces artists for 2013 street art conference


  • Agostino Iacurci
  • Agostino Iacurci

The lineup of artists participating in the 2013 Living Walls street art conference has been announced. Last year's all-female lineup generated no shortage of attention, including favorable coverage in the New York Times and controversies discussed near and far.

This year's artists come from five continents and eight countries, including a number of Atlanta-based artists. We've heard about one more very high-profile artist that's unconfirmed and not included in this list, but that'll have to wait for another day.

3ttman (France)
Agostino Iacurci (Italy)
Axel Void (Spain)
Brandon Sadler (Atlanta)
Christopher Derek Bruno (Atlanta)
Elian (Argentina)
Freddy Sam (South Africa)
Gyun Hur (Atlanta)
Inti (Chile)
Jaz (Argentina)
Joshua Ray Stephens (Atlanta)
Know Hope (Israel)
Marcy Starz (Atlanta)
Matt Haffner (Atlanta)
Laura Bell (Atlanta)
Never 2501 (Italy)
Pastel (Argentina)
Roti (France)
Sam Parker (Atlanta)
Trek Matthews (Atlanta)

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