Gallery: 6 Fuzzy Ways to Spruce up Your Space Using Moss!

 
Graphic artist Stefaan De Croock (Strook) has a slightly different approach to moss graffiti. Instead of painting the moss on, he scrubs it off. Using a power washer, Strook carves interesting designs into moss-covered walls like this one in Belgium, transforming them from neglected urban spaces into inspiring ones that celebrate nature.

Check out 6 amazing ways to green spaces with moss and learn how to make your own green graffiti:

Live Moss Street Poetry by Anna Galforth

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

Philly Goes Green with Moss Installation by Edina Tokodi

Moss Carpet Grows in the Heart of Your Home

Beautiful Living MOSStiles Brighten Up Your Room With Every Color Of The Rainbow

DIY: How to Make Your Own Green Moss Graffiti!

Live Moss Street Poetry by Anna Galforth

Anna Galforth is one of the world’s leading moss graffiti artists, but what distinguishes her green art from others is her unique street poetry. Using live moss, Galforth spells out poetic environmental messages on urban walls in order to draw awareness to pressing issues. Not only does she beautify the spaces she writes on, but she also provokes thoughtful discussion.

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

Graphic artist Stefaan De Croock (Strook) has a slightly different approach to moss graffiti. Instead of painting the moss on, he scrubs it off. Using a power washer, Strook carves interesting designs into moss-covered walls like this one in Belgium, transforming them from neglected urban spaces into inspiring ones that celebrate nature.

Philly Goes Green with Moss Installation by Edina Tokodi

Edina Tokodi is another super well-known moss graffiti artist who is constantly reinventing herself. For this project, she livened up Philadelphia’s otherwise bleak public transportation system (SEPTA) with live moss installations in order to persuade locals to green up their ives. We can’t think of a more exciting way to green up an urban space so often associated with drudgery and routine than with awesome live green walls.

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