The second annual Living Walls Conference took place over the weekend.
The street art and urbanism event, which featured art walks, lectures and festivities, brought more than 50 artists to Atlanta.
"The idea behind Living Walls is to put the work of a very small subset of the population (street artists, graffiti writers, etc), people who actually interact with space, and people who spend their time in discourse about public space all under the same roof," says the event's website.
"Our intentions are simply to broadcast to the attendees a wide spectrum of ideas about public space, hoping that everyone leaves the event looking at the city, its walls and how we interact with space differently."
The main event for Living Walls was held Saturday night at the Goat Farm in West Midtown. A tour of artwork was held on Sunday. Click here to view the locations.