Today in street art: “It’s motivating to try to reinvent,” says Dr. Dax, aka Dax Rudnak

Dax Rudnak, better known as Dr. Dax, made a name for himself as a painter, street artist and video producer for the Dungeon Family, the legendary Atlanta hip-hop collective that birthed OutKast and Goodie Mob.

He’s named for the James Bond-like character Dax Xenos from the 1970 action movie The Adventurers and first visited Atlanta in 1984. While riding a MARTA train, he noticed graffiti on the walls, bridges and rooftops, and was instantly obsessed. “To come here from South Florida is to be immersed in the urban elements,” he says.

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