The School Bus Graveyard – Alto, Georgia – 01/06/2020

We’ve been spending more and more time seeking out super cool street art projects around the country.

But, wait, what?

A School Bus Graveyard?

The School Bus Graveyard is a junk yard in Alto, Georgia, full of old school buses that have been painted up by talented artists in and around the Athens, Georgia area.

Alto is a small town about an hour north northwest out of Athens.

If you are coming from Atlanta, Interstate 85, splits into I-985, which eventually becomes US23 / GA365.

And just a hair past Jae-Mor Farms, you will find The School Bus Graveyard, an incredibly unique gem of a place!

Today was Trillian’s 16th Birthday, and what better way to celebrate than taking pictures of old, painted school buses, right?

If you visit, bring a camera!

And make sure you follow the rules and respect the property, including parking in the proper spots.

It is private property, and the artists have put a great deal of time and effort into their work.

And they also want you to be safe.

If you have any questions, check out the School Bus Graveyard Facebook Page, and contact the owners.

Other than that,


It is loads of fun!

(I will be adding more photos, so be sure to check back to see them all!)

If you like Street Art, click on any photo to check out cool Street Art Coloring Books, for kids and adults!

If you like the art you see in the photos below, consider checking out the artists and supporting them!

NACK from Crispy Printz in Athens, GA is a legend in these parts! His fun creations can be found all over town! He offers stickers, t-shirts, original works, portraits, and more!

They even have a t-shirt specifically for The School Bus Graveyard!

Fawne DeRosia, of Flint Rose Studio in Thomaston, Georgia, has a fabulous portfolio of street art, chalk art, watercolors, and more!

Check out her ETSY page for stickers and prints!

Drake Arnold of Fractal Spirit is another multi-talented artist that does digital design and animation, as well as painting.

Fractal Spirit offers an extensive collection of Arnold’s designs on clothing and merchandise. He also offers a large selection of originals, prints, and fine art pieces.

Gunnar Tarsa, aka, The Scribble Warlock, and the mastermind behind The Boy Who Sees Yellow, is another local legend! Check out his shop for prints and apparel with his designs!

Tarsa also recently had his work featured on a Special Release can from Creature Comforts Brewing Company in Athens. Check out his work on Mind Matter!

And a specialshout out to Cody Fortson and Bongo Petere Loose, also creative contributors to this incredible project. If I find links to their art, I will post them!

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