Saturday, April 28, 2012

Slow down for Big Art on Dekalb Avenue

I don't hate billboards as much as I should. I don't like legal graffiti as much as I should.

All I know for sure is that I like 'em when I like 'em.

I was delighted to find this yesterday on the south edge of Candler Park.

This is 1630 Dekalb Avenue at Brooks Avenue. This corner is a little oasis. I love the street but charming and cozy aren't the right words for it.

My Favorite Mechanic is on the left. Work by California street artist Doodles from Living Walls 2010 is on the right.

If you go less that 35 on Dekalb you'll get run over so I had to stop.

Ahh, Candler Park Yoga.

I'm not conflicted about street art verses commercial billboards, not today anyway.

Glad I stopped for a look. This is downright picturesque.

The artist didn't have a card.

You can always ask Candler Park Yoga.


1 comment:

  1. I love that Candler Park Yoga painting design! Very cool. I hope that wall-painted signs (at least tasteful, attractive ones like this) for businesses become a trend. I always love seeing the faded ghost signs from decades past on old buildings. Like this one on Peachtree Street:


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