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Neighborhood Info     This map shows street art, murals and graffiti for all locations in Atlanta.  For all of the other maps, the tables below the maps are geographically arranged.  In the above “All Locations” map, the table below the map alphabetically arranged by artist.

Here are the neighborhoods covered by this map:

Buckhead and North: The Buckhead neighborhood is host to upscale shopping, fine dining, and lively nightlife. Don’t miss the iconic Disco wall behind Binders Art Supplies. Also check out the 3 dimensional VW Bus mural at Mellow Mushroom Pizzeria.

Buford Highway and Northeast: The Buford Highway Corridor extends through the towns of Brookhaven, Chamblee, and Doraville.  The diversity of street art and murals found on Buford Highway reflect the ethnic diversity found there.

Cabbagetown: Tennelle Street and Wylie Street make up one of Atlanta’s best street art venues thanks to Forward Warrior.  The murals line up for easy viewing along a half mile long wall that parallels the sidewalk.

Castleberry Hill and Southwest Downtown: You will find numerous murals on and around Peters Street in Castleberry Hill. The street art in SW downtown is in both underserved and highly developed areas equally.

Decatur Area: The town of Decatur hosts a number of annual festivals. Murals in the Decatur area are mostly in the town of Decatur and in the Kirkwood neighborhood. Several other murals can be found along DeKalb Ave.

Downtown: Atlanta’s downtown features several large-scale works of street art for example Alex Brewer’s wall near Centennial Olympic Park. Also don’t miss The Loss Prevention’s 70 foot tall John Lewis mural on Edgewood Ave.

East Atlanta: This thriving eclectic neighborhood has many murals sponsored by Living Walls and Outer Space Project.  Not all of the street art is visible from the street. So, be sure to make full use of the map to find the hidden artwork.

Inman Park and Reynoldstown: Thanks to urban renewal, both Inman Park and Reynoldstown are once again vibrant and desirable neighborhoods.  Much of the street art in this area is on or near the Eastside Beltline Trail.

Little Five Points: Little Five Points is a quirky bohemian neighborhood with vintage clothing shops, funky restaurants and bars, sidewalk vendors and street musicians.  Some of the best murals hide away behind buildings and in back parking lots. So, follow the map to find it all.

Midtown and the Highlands: Midtown is Atlanta’s center of arts, culture, and education.  The Highands are trendy long gentrified neighborhoods.  Many of the murals in this area are on or near the Atlanta Beltline.  But don’t overlook the large-scale street art on the west edge of Midtown.

Old Fourth Ward: Old Fourth Ward is a revitalized historic urban district with lots of street art!  The street art is all over the neighborhood but the murals are most concentrated on and near the BeltLine.

Map Marker - GoldPittsburgh: The Pittsburgh neighborhood of Atlanta takes its name from the city in Pennsylvania because of the extreme pollution caused by a local railroad yard.  An amazing wall of murals can be found in an industrial complex called the Met on Metropolitan Parkway.

map marker - dark blueSoutheast: This area’s street art is mostly in the historic and recently revitalized neighborhood of South Atlanta on and near Jonesboro Road. Also check out the area around Boulevard.

Southwest: Atlanta’s Southwest contains numerous communities such as East Point, College Park, and Hapeville. Be sure to see Yoyo Ferro’s building façade in College Park. Agostino Iacurci’s mural in Ben Hill is another must-see work of street art.

Sweet Auburn and Grant Park Area: The Martin Luther King Center is in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood.  Grant Park is a residential area with Victorian mansions and craftsman style bungalows.  Much of the street art is along Edgewood Ave.

Upper West Side: Block after block of dingy industrial property is being replaced by bright and shiny new lofts and mixed use developments all over the Upper West Side. You will find great new murals in an area running along Marietta Street and arching up towards Underwood Hills.

West End Area:  The Westside Beltline Trail is partly responsible for the recent comeback of the West End Neighborhood.  Art on the Atlanta Beltline sponsors most of the street art found on the beltline.  Another concentration of murals is near the Mall West End.

Vine City Area:  The Vine City Area map also includes the neighborhoods of Bankhead, Hunter Hills, and the Atlanta University Center. Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway and Joseph E. Boone Blvd. are good places to find artwork.


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