Gallery: Reverse Graffiti Hits Munich Streets and Pays Homage to Green ...

 
Graffiti has long been thought of as vandalism - spray paint and wheat pastes defacing city walls and buildings. But two artists have turned this guerrilla art form on its ear by hitting the streets with eco-friendly reverse graffiti. By selectively cleaning stencils on grimey city walls, Moose Curtis and Marc Cameron have been creating thought-provoking pictures of green cars around the city of Munich.

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  1. elledesign September 24, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    What a brilliant idea! I love this.

  2. lazyreader September 22, 2011 at 10:53 am

    It’s nice to these walls being cleaned if only as an advertisement. Why do they have all these hideous walls to begin with. Fences and gates which are permeable to light and see through not only offer security but are aesthetically more attractive.

    example: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d1/Ironwork.jpg

    For years Germany has debated whether November 9th should be a national holiday (the beginning of the demolition of the Berlin Wall). Maybe spend November 9th by demolishing one ugly wall.

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