Nothing like a little legendary inspiration to keep gay Atlanta hopping over to Jungle. The club’s Legendary event series threw its Warhol party with wigs, art and video installations to the beat of DJ Justin Ryan on Saturday.
The goal was to mix a gallery vibe with an homage to pop artist Andy Warhol. Décor and artwork hearkened the tinfoil covered madness of the Factory, Warhol’s hangout/studio/club/crash pad known as the epicenter of New York’s artsy underbelly in the mid-1960s. Before Jungle’s event, we gave you a taste, and Jungle’s guests took it from there.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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