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reverse graffiti


Paul "Moose" Curtis (the father of Green Graffiti)
A 140 foot mural of plants indigenous to California. Commissioned by Green Works -
Broadway tunnel entrance, San Francisco. Paul and team used brushes, a spray gun and green cleaners to remove the grim. Those painted patches are covering up painted graffiti. See video below.




reverse graffiti


Dutch Ink  Durban, South Africa
Four former students of Durban's Vega Brand and Communications School choose a sullied free-way wall in Essex Terrace, Westville to scrub on a pictorial time-line of Westville’s architecture.  Metal scrubbing brushes purchased at a local hardware store were the only tools in hand. Source. www.dutchink.co.za




reverse graffiti


Symbollix  Paul 'Moose' Curtis' company.
www.symbollix.com




reverse graffiti


Symbollix
www.symbollix.com




reverse graffiti


Symbollix
www.symbollix.com




clean graffiti


Symbollix
www.symbollix.com




reverse graffiti


Symbollix
www.symbollix.com




clean graffiti


Symbollix
www.symbollix.com




reverse graffiti


Symbollix
www.symbollix.com




reverse graffiti


Sardine Run. Durban, South Africa
By Durbanites Martin Pace, Stathi Kongianos, JP Jordaan and Nick Ferreira,
aka the Dutch Ink.




reverse graffiti


Bird Run. Durban, South Africa
By Durbanites Martin Pace, Stathi Kongianos, JP Jordaan and Nick Ferreira,
aka the Dutch Ink.





reverse graffiti


Scott Wade -Dirty Car Art from inside of car.
www.dirtycarart.com




reverse graffiti


Scott Wade of Arizona lives on a dirt road...
Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring
www.dirtycarart.com




reverse graffiti


Scott Wade  The Wave
Scott oils the glass first as the dirt then sticks more evenly.
www.dirtycarart.com




reverse graffiti


Scott Wade
How long can Alice hold down the wiper?
www.dirtycarart.com





reverse graffiti


Alexandre Orion of Sao Paulo, Brasil.
www.ossario.net




reverse graffiti


Alexandre Orion of Sao Paulo, Brasil.
www.ossario.net








Reverse graffiti artist Paul 'Moose' Curtis makes a big statement about clean in San Francisco's Broadway Tunnel. Shot by documentarian Doug Pray. For most information visit www.reversegraffitiproject.com







Alexandre Orion of Sao Paulo removes soot to draw sculls in this popular video. Unfortunately a cleaning team came and hosed off Alexandre's work soon after it was completed...







A reverse graffiti commercial for IBM. Reduce carbon. Good promo.





The industrial revolution has left a soot footprint...some are washing bits of it away. Reverse graffiti, clean graffiti, street art, clean tagging, scrubbing, grime writing whatever you call it, it's legal, somewhat temporary and magnifies our dirty ways...




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Symbollix - US and EU and more...
Paul 'Moose' Curtis' company
www.symbollix.com

Green Graffiti - US and EU and more...
www.greengraffiti.com

Alexandre Orion, Brasil.
www.ossario.net

Scott Wade - will travel...does murals too.
www.dirtycarart.com

Dutch Ink - South Africa
www.dutchink.co.za






 



 
 

 

 

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Stone@rtCityDesigns
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I want to join the green movement and stencil in grovement
Reply #3 on : Sat March 01, 2014, 16:43:07
Green machine you guys are taking the scene
Paula Spehert
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Great site
Reply #2 on : Fri June 24, 2011, 19:19:24
Inspiration Green is truly inspirational. So glad I found it.
San Francisco maids
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http://www.maidsandcleaners.com/san_francisco_CA_maids.html
Reply #1 on : Fri January 14, 2011, 21:41:59
What did you refer to this, "Green" Graffiti"? Its definitely Green but to label it as Graffiti seems a sacrilege. Its a WORK OF ART!
 
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