He's an Atlanta artist who seeks to move art not just from gallery walls to city streets, but also into our own hands. Thousands of Evereman's blocky wooden sculptures have been stuck on stop sign poles, tucked beneath benches, and perched in nooks and crannies across Atlanta, with the intention that art is meant to be shared. The furniture maker by day, street artist by night has built a community around those iconic little branded blocks, both among the people who search for them and the artists who join his studio to help produce them. In this portrait of Evereman and his work, Room11 Media gives us yet another ode to the Atlanta arts community and the people who make our city's streets a little more interesting.