Hess is hoping the street-art vibe now connecting Sevier Avenue and Island Home businesses will help South Knoxville retain its identity as the area continues to develop.

“It’s public art that didn’t cost the taxpayers a dime and nobody has to buy a ticket to see it. You can just enjoy it," Knox-ill organizer Perry Hodson said. "It’s so much better than a blank wall."

South Knoxville businesses embrace street art as an attraction

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