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Removing Moss as Art: Reverse Graffiti Goes Subtractive

Rather than adding something – like spray paint - to a surface in order to create a design, subtractive graffiti strips something away. That ‘something’ might be dirt on a sidewalk, or soot on a wall. In this case, it’s moss.

Art using a pressure washer. Amazing mural created by #cleaning a mossy wall

Strook’s Reverse Moss Graffiti Mural Emerges from a Wall of the STUK Arts Centre In Belgium Reverse Moss Graffiti-Stefaan De Croock

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Le tag devient plus écologique

Belgian artist Stefaan De Croock used pressurized water to create this cool mural named “Reverse Art” on a mossy wall outside of the STUK art center in Leuven, Belgium.

Inspiration

Barry McGee, Houston Street (NYC), gee tags the names of nyc taggers onto a wall with red spray paint

Graffiti alley in baltimore md so inspiring

Graffiti alley in baltimore md so inspiring

Setik01_13052012 by Setik01.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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Street Art, Urban Art

Nosbe's faces, more here: http://www.fatcap.com/artist/nosbe.html

Nosbe's faces, more here: http://www.fatcap.com/artist/nosbe.html

ORI-(18), part of the series "Rainbow Origami Street Art" by Mademoiselle Maurice

Rainbow Origami Street Art by Mademoiselle Maurice street art Paris paper origami

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Melbourne Australia, Street Art, Urban Art

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