Evereman is a street art project 10 years in the making. The idea is to make a positive impact on the urban landscape engaging the public to interact, all with a “leave no trace” aesthetic. The boxes comprising the puzzle can be configured in a way (by people using the Atlanta BeltLine) as to show 4 distinct images or when scrambled (it’s a puzzle you know) a pleasing to the eye abstraction. This piece has already been lovingly fondled by passersby on the streets of Atlanta and Detroit.

Evereman is a street artist working in Atlanta, Ga. He began by cutting stencils of his poetry and painting it around town. That morphed into street sculptural installations and billboard manipulations.  In 2010, he was published in the Taschen Press book Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art. The Evereman project was born in 2003 and has come to be something of a study of human social interaction. Evereman is about sharing and giving, as opposed to taking. Evereman is about co-operation, as opposed to competition.  The idea is to keep the art in circulation on the street.