If you traveled to or through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) over the holiday weekend perhaps you saw them. Or walked on them.
The airport recently unveiled new mosaic tile artwork in the centerpoints of concourses A, B and C.
The images include an 1850’s map of the city traced with a labyrinth on Concourse A, a spinning airplane propeller on Concourse B, and an image of the world’s largest exposed mass of granite, also known as Stone Mountain, on Concourse C.
The designs were created by Cheryl Goldsleger, “Atlanta Labyrinth” (Concourse A); Anita Arliss, “Propulsion” (Concourse B); and Donald Cooper, “Mountain of Stone” (Concourse C).
The artwork looks great here, but I bet it looks even better ‘in person.’
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