Neighborhood Info This map shows street art, murals, and graffiti in Southwest Atlanta. The Southside of Atlanta contains numerous communities including for example East Point, College Park, and Hapeville. The most prominent feature of southwestern Atlanta is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport which is the world’s busiest airport.
Yoyo Ferro’s building façade in College Park and Agostino Iacurci’s mural in Ben Hill are two not to be missed works of street art on the Southside. In recent years, the city of Hapeville has become a hot-spot for street art. The Hapeville Arts Alliance has been instrumental in making Hapeville a center for the arts. Although Hapeville has seen a lot of gentrification in recent years, it still maintains the historic character that makes it so attractive. In fact, the Hapeville Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. While you are checking out the street art in Hapeville, there are are a couple of must-sees. Be sure to see the beautiful mural on the Hapeville City Hall by Charmaine Minniefield titled “Flowers Devine”. This work of street art honors Marjorie Prothro, first African American Business Owner of Hapeville. Also don’t miss the whimsical mural by Lotus Eaters Club titled “Lady of the Lotus Eaters” on South Central Avenue.