TikTok and Local Atlanta Artists Dare To Be Bold During Super Bowl Weekend

The city of Atlanta has a deep cultural heritage, spanning a number of artistic disciplines. Known most readily as the modern day hip-hop hotbed, ATL also flexes a low-key underrated street art scene. So, this Super Bowl weekend, TikTok joined forces with Complex News to celebrate six local trendsetting creatives who’ve painted colorful murals around the city. Each provide a distinct slice of Atlanta, and were on display for a town readying itself for the historic Super Bowl LIII.

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13 thoughts on “TikTok and Local Atlanta Artists Dare To Be Bold During Super Bowl Weekend

  1. What’s really sad is that while you all were covering this sugar pop, bubblegum shit, you missed the real and most authentic graffiti art that was happening around Atlanta during the Super Bowl this last weekend. Resident artist #occasionalsuperstar noticed that the building of which he’d painted a mural of Colin Kaepernick on close to two years ago was being torn down, ironically on the first day of Black History Month. So #Occasionalsuperstar got together with other local Atlanta artists this past weekend and painted Kaepernick’s face on every building wall they could, in an act of artistic protest. I thought when I clicked on your video that that’s what you all were covering but instead you came with the whitewashed Tom foolery… and you’re supposed to be about the culture??? GET THE FUCK OUTTA HERE WITH THAT BULLSHIT!!!💩💩💩

  2. We had a big graffiti scene here in Pittsburgh I was in a little bit when I was a teenager during the early 2000s. Cutting school to go get stoned, listen to real hip hop and tag shit was some great times!

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