Living Walls is looking for muralists, plastic and conceptual artists that are able to create interesting and engaging public interventions.
If you want to submit your work or send suggestions, please email Monica@livingwallsatl.com.
Be sure to put “2015 Artist Submission” in the subject line, and to attach images of previous work/portfolio and a link to your website.
Do not send submissions through Facebook or Instagram!
Only work submitted via email will be reviewed. The deadline is November 1st, 2014.
Photo of Mac Stewart by Joshua Gwyn.
Daytime and nighttime colors in the city. Pics from a cloudy Sunday, Downtown Atlanta.
Ernest Zacharevic at night from #lw2014.
new wall painted with my friend Xuan Alyfe for Living Walls
Atlanta, GA, USA
We love to experience the conference through the eyes of volunteers, artists, and the city as a whole. Did you have an experience at a wall? A chance encounter with a paint sprayer? Did you learn how to build scaffolding, have an impromptu dance party at a wall, meet your very own water goddess? Tell us whatever moved you this year! Use the hashtag #LW2014 and tell us your story, and we might feature it!
photo of SAN and Katie Lebel by Rob Dunalewicz.
Phew! Your faithful tumblr’r is exhausted but super proud of #LW2014! The artist pages on our website & the map have been updated with this year’s walls! The link to the route of the bike tour is also up. Get out and see some walls, Atlanta!
photo of Moneyless & Christopher Derek Bruno by Joshua Gwyn.
#LW2014 has started! Come out and see us around!
Photo of Caroline Caldwell (hug club here on tumblr) by Joshua Gwyn.
Next week Conference events begin! RSVP here:
An Evening with Juxtapoz, Vandalog, & Living Walls ► on.fb.me/1uznmOE
Outdoor Movie Screening ► on.fb.me/WRieqw
Lectures ► on.fb.me/1zmkHH1
The Goat Farm Arts Center and Living Walls present: MAIN EVENT ► bit.ly/1o6jPy1
Bicycle Tour ► bit.ly/1oB2z8S
Graffiti Art, Jason Travis, and the coolest of the cool, Franco Fasoli JAZ.
Johnny & Zelda Bling Necklace
Sometime in March 2013 I photographed all of my NES games for an art show about nostalgia. At the opening I talked to my friend Brooke Hatfield about creating a bling necklace out of the gold Zelda cartridge and staging a photo shoot. After a year’s time we finally arranged to make the necklace. For the shoot I called up my friend Johnny Apollo and he was game. Literally. Johnny also brought his girl Shareese with him.
It was blazing hot that day but we had a lot of fun. We didn’t even bother to look up any references and it seems as though Zelda Bling has already existed for awhile. C’est la vie.
Atlantan Jason Travis took some awesome photos with LW as the backdrops. Awesome shots!