Wrapping up our coverage from the fifth annual Living Walls Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, we bring you photos of the completed murals and more process shots. We got to see finished walls from Hense, Other, San, Borondo, Caroline Caldwell, Faith McClure, Ernest Zacharevic, John Tindel, Xuan Alyfe, Mac Stewart, and a collaboration between Moneyless and Christopher Derek Bruno. Having issues with their wall, the German brothers, Low Bros decided to take a different approach and create an installation at The Goat Farm Arts Center. The duo ended up constructing a large sculpture with two of their signature characters (see the picture as words do know justice) that ended up being on of our most favorite pieces of the event. Borondo also constructed a unique installation using hay, grass, water and bricks (again, see photo), using water to cast a captivating reflection. As always, the main event was held at the Goat Farm where record crowds came out to see the artists’s studio work and installations, watch live music and celebrate one of the best mural festivals being held. Did you see R.E.M.’s frontman Michael Stipe at the main event? He was there. Until next year Atlanta.
Thanks again to Monica Campana, the entire Living Walls staff and all the volunteers.
All photos courtesy of Joshua Gwyn on behalf of Living Walls