Atlanta designer transforms Old Fourth Ward home into artistic monument

Have you driven through Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood lately? If so, you might have noticed some standout art.

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It's the LOUDHAUS, a single-story home located at Glen Iris Drive near Ponce City Market, and it was created by Atlanta artist Greg Mike.

According to Curbed, the occupied home was donated as a canvas by RPG Holdings. It has splashes of blue, purple and pink, and it incorporates the signature LOUDMOUF character, which is known for its wide, toothy grin.

This isn’t Mike’s only public work of art. He has murals on other buildings and walls throughout ATL.

He's also the founder of the ABV Agency, a studio and gallery that specializes in design and visual production, and OuterSpace Project, an event series that combines public art, live music and action sports.

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Take a look at how the LOUDHAUS looked before.

This is how it looks now.

👀 Looks like somebody's hungry for more... 3 sides to go, just hope I don't get eaten alive in the process.. (604 Glen Iris) #stayhungry #gregmike #loudhaus #atlanta #art #weloveatl #arthouse #house #larryloudmouf #streetart #iseefaces #alwaysaloud

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🏡 in the ATL. (Work in Progress) #gregmike #larryloudmouf #arthouse #weloveatl #streetart #wip #atl #atlanta #art #LOUDHAUS

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