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EVEREMAN Night Shoot


© 2012 David Parker

Last night, we brought out the EVEREMAN Signal for a little night time lapse 4U ATL. It was cool to see other street artists and fans coming out of the woodwork to pitch in and help with drops around town. We hit the Records Building downtown, City Hall East, and the High Museum. EVEREMAN got a big kick out of being ON the High Museum (rather than in it), since EVEREMAN is all about making art accesible and not waiting around for permission to get your art out there. These larger-than-life projections of the EVEREMAN signal are the ultimate exercise in no-trace street art that invites us to re-imagine the local landmarks we often take for granted as we hurry, hurry, hurry around town.


© 2012 David Parker

Thanks to those of you who came out and showed your support! The community that EVEREMAN builds is real, y’all, and it’s happening in our city! If you want to get in on the action, follow EVEREMAN on Twitter.

© 2012 Rachel Jackson

Our shoot went on until 2am, and we were hungry for a late breakfast Saturday morning. We dragged ourselves up to Home Grown for some serious breakfast (topped off with their Maple Bacon cake: woooooo!) and ran into an EVEREMAN. It’s always nice to see a familiar face.

© 2012 David Parker


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