These vibrant fashions keep any wardrobe from becoming drab, and thanks to the annual Living Walls conference, Atlanta’s streets are looking brighter as well. Founders Monica Campana and Blacki Li Rudi Migliozzi envisioned Living Walls, which began in 2010, as a way for street artists to interact with the community through seminars and exhibitions. In the conference’s two years, businesses across the metro area have offered up their walls as canvases, which international artists have transformed into backdrops for the city. Their edgy, often surreal works inspired our spring styles. livingwallsconference.com
This article originally appeared in our March 2012 issue.
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