Ukrainian duo Interesni Kazki painted a mural on the side of Argosy in East Atlanta Village. Their name means “interesting stories,” which generally describes the concepts of their works. Inspired by science fiction and religion, the mural depicts an eccentric scene that sends a message that is hard to tell, but it echoes a theme of free thinking. That is why the duo often lets the audience determine its own message. In doing so, freedom of expression can be exhibited by both sides of the spectrum. This concept helps further the mission of Living Walls, to promote public art and stimulate a dialogue about the urban environment.