I’ve walked down Wylie Street admiring the art numerous times. With Krog Street Tunnel being a graffiti haven within the city, the area changes quite often. Artists come equipped with spray paint and muses, turning their ideas into beautiful art. Usually coming through the tunnel I take a left and head towards Reynoldstown, following the proposed path for part of the Atlanta Beltline. This time however, after walking the tunnel, I turned right and headed for Cabbagetown. Some familiar names popped up as I passed mural after mural heading towards the Fulton Cotton Mill. Rising Red Lotus, Erin Bassett, Greg Mike, Joe King, Sever, Fabian are just a few of the names I saw attached to these amazing works of art. Come take a trip with me once again down Wylie Street.
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