Atlanta street artist Jay Wiggins hangs an Evereman art piece from an empty sign post on Main Street in Chattanooga. Wiggins, who is regarded as the grandfather of the Atlanta free art movement, came here to decorate neighborhoods with artwork that community members can collect and eventually redistribute.
Atlanta street artist Jay Wiggins hangs an Evereman art piece from an empty sign post on Main Street in Chattanooga. Wiggins, who is regarded as the grandfather of the Atlanta free art movement, came here to decorate neighborhoods with artwork that community members can collect and eventually redistribute.
Photo by Maura Friedman .
published Monday, February 24th, 2014
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