ohn Kenna has an elaborate backyard workshop in Chamblee.
ary-Cathryn Kolb and Tosha Hays are former Spanxs executives who have developed a new textile technology called BRRRX. This suoer-soft fabric is cooling, moisture wicking, and offers UV Protection.
Junkman's Daughter in Little Five Points was opened in 1982 by Pam Majors. She filled the store with dead stock from her father's 40 year accumulation as a junkman as well as her own tchotchkes and oddities. Today it is ranked among America's top 25 independent stores.
The Trolley Barn was opened in 1889 to house and service the city's railway cars. The Barn has also been used as a church, basketball court, farmers market and as a storage facility for antiques. Currently, the barn is available to rent for corporate events, private events and weddings.
Howard Finster's Paradise Garden in Summerville, GA was built as a tribute to inventors. He started building his gardens with his eccentric collection in 1970. Today it can be rented out for corporate functions as well as overnight as a bed and breakfast.
Keith Robinson is a true southern gentleman, a highly accomplished, farmer, caterer, event designer, and the owner of Redwine Plantation in Palmetto, GA.
EcoAddendum is a non-profit founded by Kathryn Kolb and Jessica Muhammed. Kathryn and Jessica strive to connect metro Atlantans with nature by sponsoring walks in neighborhood greenspace and occasional forays out into Georgia to connect with our water sources.
Katie Barringer owns Cover Books on Marietta St. Her shop specializes in carefully chosen books about art, design, food, wine and travel.
Independent Distilling Company uses locally sourced indgredients to produce artisanal spirits that celebrate Georgia's agricultural heritage.
Various sculptures at Atlanta Folk Art Park.
At East Point Library artists Harold Rittenberry and Robert Clements created this steel sculpture depicting a mother reading to her child.