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This map shows street art murals and graffiti in Buckhead and Northern Atlanta.  You will find a wide variety of upscale neighborhoods in this sector of northern Atlanta addition to Buckhead. In 1838 Henry Irby purchased a large plot of land and established the town of Irbyville. Legend has it that Irby killed a large buck deer and prominently displayed it’s head. The area was called Buckhead ever since.

When you hear descriptions of Buckhead you usually hear adjectives such as fashionable, trendy, upscale, yuppie, and expensive. Buckhead is Atlanta’s epicenter for top-end shopping with up-market commercial centers such as Lenox Square, Phipps Plaza and the Shops at Buckhead. Also, Buckhead is home to award-winning restaurants and lively nightlife. This neighborhood is a major financial and business center with several of the tallest buildings on the Atlanta Skyline.

Street Art in the Neighborhood

Buckhead has some of Atlanta’s coolest street art for example the huge disco mural hidden behind Binder’s Art Supplies on Piedmont Road.  Also be sure not to miss the 3D mural of a Volkswagen Bus at the Mellow Mushroom Pizza on Peachtree Road. Art on the Atlanta BeltLine held BeltLine Walls Volume 2 in the tunnel where the Eastside BeltLine crosses under I-85. The same tunnel boasts some very impressive graffiti pieces by masters such as Totem and Tares. For more BeltLine murals, check out the BeltLine Eastside Map.

Another spot for street art is Path 400. You will see five murals by various artists sponsored by OuterSpace Project. Jonsey has a huge mural featuring cranes on Path 400 under the MARTA tracks. Ashley Bella also has a large-scale mural under the same tracks. From the same trail, you can view the Sea Turtle mural on the Hyatt Centric by Buckhead Murals.


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