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R.Land

Artist

R.Land is an Atlanta artist who created the "Wash for ATL" designs during the Covid-19 crisis. aka Ronnie Land.

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Beer Store

Join us as we release our second annual Brew For One beer, Ria Pell Ale (5.6%). Ria Pell Ale is a pale ale (5.6%) with Motueka & Pacifica, HBC692, and Vic Secret hops that we brewed in honor of Ria Pell, an Atlanta-based restaurant owner, who worked closely with Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition to... | more...

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The Wash for ATL design is on T-shirts, stickers and coffee mugs with portions of each purchase going to United Way and Community Foundation’s Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund. R.Land and Bang-On Custom T-shirts in Little Five Points have collaborated with United Way of Greater At... | more...

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T-Shirt design by R.Land and dedicated to raising funds for people affected by the Covid-19 crisis in Atlanta. | more...

Gift Store

Limited edition shirts to support the Historic Plaza Theatre during this COVID-19 crisis.

A short-sleeve, navy blue T-shirt with "PLAZASAUR" art by Atlanta original, R.Land

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Thursday September 15, 2016 02:00 PM EDT
Notch8 Gallery presents a new group show inspired by a Free Art Movement pioneer. | more...

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Thursday May 8, 2008 04:20 PM EDT


R. Land is joining seven other artists for Art Created for Pirates by Pirates, an exhibit that opened at the Plaza Theatre May 6.

Eyeball Skeleton: "As preteen rockers from Baltimore, these little kids' first record, No. 1, is one of my favorite rock albums of this century."

Shut Up Little Man!, Raymond and Peter: "Although they've been dead for years, recordings of their profane,...

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Saturday June 28, 2008 08:00 AM EDT
image-1It's been half a decade since R. Land's last major promenade in the public arena, but the multimedia painter, sculptor and illustrator returns Sat., JUNE 28, with SUMMERLAND, a new passel of outlandish images in the heart of Little Five Points. Land's thumbprint has been heavy in Atlanta's hipper ZIP codes – his signature grotesqueries have delivered the one-two punch to diners' eyeballs... | more...

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Friday May 8, 2015 04:00 AM EDT
The Dungeon Family member, muralist, and self-proclaimed social butterfly on the city's good, bad, and ugly | more...

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Tuesday March 10, 2009 07:33 PM EDT

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Evil clowns famously fuel kiddie nightmares, just as sad clown paintings on black velvet inevitably trouble the dreams of art critics.

Alcove Gallery owner H.C. Warner genuinely loves the greasepaint and sawdust, however, and the word “trapeze” even figures in his e-mail address. For his birthday every February, the Decatur-based artist goes to the circus. “The...

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Monday July 6, 2009 01:00 PM EDT

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A mutated catfish man has been swimming through R. Land’s psyche since he was 8 years old.

The popular Atlanta painter grew up in Jacksonville, where he was tantalized by trailers for a movie with the inexplicable title Zaat. Director Don Barton filmed Zaat in neighboring locales such as Marineland, Silver Springs and Switzerland, Fla., so young Land had already picked up...

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Saturday July 11, 2009 04:15 AM EDT
1) Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performs Star Wars and 2001: A Space Odyssey. | more...

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Friday July 10, 2009 09:38 PM EDT

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There's something about R. Land's Pray for ATL design that inspires feelings of love. Those weathered hands seem so earnest. Especially when they're covered in scales.

This weekend features not one, but two exhibitions uniting art, film, and … fish. The first is Alcove Gallery's Big Tuna anniversary celebration tonight, July 10, from 7 p.m.-midnight. Why's it called Big...

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Tuesday June 1, 2010 07:14 PM EDT

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June is going to kick my ass in the best way. Between a month's worth of Art on the BeltLine performances and installations, and, like, everyone having a gallery opening, it's shaping up to be a deliciously exhausting month. The big kick-off: ARTLANTIS coming back to sing praise to the underground art gods on the stoop of Druid Hills Baptist Church on Saturday, June 5. Come get...

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Monday July 6, 2009 09:00 AM EDT
R. Land's gone fishin' with Zaat-themed work for Art Opening and Movie's current installment | more...

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Thursday April 17, 2008 08:30 PM EDT

On Friday, April 19, starting at 4 p.m. and running well into the wee hours of the morning, Lenny’s Bar is hosting an all day and night rock show/art auction/dance party.

All of the art is original work created on debris that was collected from the streets of Cabbagetown the day after the tornado hit. There will be some big name artists donating work including R. Land, Gus...

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Friday July 9, 2010 03:08 PM EDT
Humorous flyer for upcoming Fiend Without a Face show. | more...

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Saturday September 26, 2015 01:09 PM EDT
The East Atlanta Village's annual day-log festival, the East Atlanta Strut, celebrates its 18th year today (Sat., Sept. 26). | more...

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Thursday April 7, 2016 04:00 AM EDT
3 chances to hang with the Coathangers | more...

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Thursday October 13, 2011 05:47 PM EDT

You may not be familiar with the name R. Land, but his work should be recognizable. His style has graced the cover of the New York Press, covered the walls of local restaurants like Righteous Room and even been featured on an Aqua Teen Hunger Force DVD.

The reach of the Jacksonville native may have been most felt with his “Lost Cat” flyers which wandered the streets of Atlanta and all the...

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