The Reverse Graffiti Project 26 Jun 2008
The Reverse Graffiti Project imbues the guerrilla tactics of street-art with an eco-friendly element. Instead of adding marks to walls, artists subtract them from the existing dirt - thereby turning the traditional definition of graffiti on its head (and making it more environmentally-friendly in the process). In this particular example, the artists scraped through the grit- and grime-covered walls in San Francisco's Broadway Tunnel to reveal a stunning portrait of a lusher city.
- Public embroidery graffiti
- Graffiti Archaeology
- Tagged in Motion: 3D virtual graffiti
- MUTO: A wall-painted animation
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