Gallery: Make Your Own Eco-Conscious Graffiti with Mud Stencils


Contrary to popular believe, graffiti doesn’t have to be ugly or offensive—it can be thought-provoking, challenging, and perhaps most importantly, temporary. Jesse Graves, an artist based in Milwaukee Wisconsin, has harnessed mud as an artistic medium to take his green graffiti to the streets, and he encourages others to do the same. Making mud graffiti stencils is fun and easy, and since the designs will wash away during the next rain shower, you can beautify your neighborhood without worrying that you’ll get in trouble for doing so.

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  2. Bruski92 November 11, 2009 at 10:26 am


  3. rafal October 21, 2009 at 4:04 pm

    This reminds mi of ‘Zyja w brudzie znikna wkrotce’ campaign by Greenpeace Poland

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