Civic 1993. First end to end / foto: SB OneIt was underneath the shadow of Crawford Long Hospital overlooking Interstate 285. By day it served as an overpriced parking lot and undercover homeless refuge. A two minute walk from Civic Center Train Station, The Civic Yard was to ATL , what 149th street was to NYC in the early days. For this installment we take a look at some of the first pieces to take the yards virgin
During the 80′s + 90′s there was a cadre of visual artists that helped to paint the face reggae music for fans outside of the Caribbean. Based on research, most notable was the man called Wilfred Limonious. It’s safe to say that this is due to his visual artistry for the original release of the legendary Stalag Riddim.