Inman Park

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~ Various Artists (Krog Street Tunnel)

Artwork changes constantly.

Several Cabbagetown murals

near other end of tunnel.

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Greg Mike

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HOXXOH (Douglas Hoekzema)

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Ricky Watts

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Greg Mike

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Tommy Bronx

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Greg Mike

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Mr. Totem 2

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Nick Turbo Benson

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Chad Watt

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Olive47 (Sherry Roberts)

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Kyle Brooks

Under N. Highland Bridge

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R. Land

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Neighborhood Info     Inman Park was developed as Atlanta’s first planned suburb in the late 1880’s by Joel Hurt an Atlanta civil engineer and property developer. The neighborhood was originally intended to be a whites-only segregated suburban “oasis” conveniently connected to the city by Atlanta’s brand new electric street car. Inman Park’s prominent residents included the likes of Asa Candler the founder of The Coca-Cola Company and Atlanta’s 41st mayor.

As the automobile allowed newer and more fashionable suburbs to spring up farther out from the city, Inman Park eventually fell out of favor and fell into disrepair. After a successful revitalization effort Inman Park is once again a vibrant and fashionable residential neighborhood known for its great restaurants, cafes, and bakeries bordering Atlanta’s East Beltline Trail.

Most of Inman Park’s street art murals and graffiti are concentrated in the southwestern corner of the neighborhood along Krog Street and Edgewood Ave. The markers listed immediately below the map will guide you through this area. Many of the artworks that you will see there were brought to this area by the Outerspace Project. If you are going to walk through the Krog Street Tunnel and you have some extra time, you might want to check out the Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown murals located close to the other end of the tunnel.

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