Best Street Graffiti 

Corner of Luckie and Alexander streets

Since the time when the city's graffiti artists would show respect for each other's "flicks is long gone, only private walls attract graffiti artists with any skill. One such wall is located a block off Marietta Street at the corner of Luckie and Alexander streets. Measuring 75 feet long and 25 feet high, Totem leads the Tats Crew in preposterous spray paint-can productions featuring mind control, two-toned street parties, and urban dysphoria. Bring your wide-angle lens.

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