Clean “green” graffiti and art (Reverse Graffiti Art)


Brazilian artist Alexandre Orion turned a São Paulo transport tunnel into a kind of graphic charnel house, lined with skulls.
He created the images, the project’s website explains, “by selectively scraping off layers of black soot deposited on those walls in the short life of this orifice of modernity.”

Moose (Paul Curtis) is another “clean” artist from across the pond. He has been doing it since at least 2003. His tools are simple: A shoe brush, water and elbow grease, he says.
British authorities aren’t sure what to make of the artist who is creating graffiti by cleaning the grime of urban life. The Leeds City Council has been considering what to do with Moose. “I’m waiting for the kind of Monty Python court case where exhibit A is a pot of cleaning fluid and exhibit B is a pair of my old socks,” he jokes.

Rafael Trelles is an artist out of Puerto Rico has been does high-water-pressure removal graphics on Puerto Rican sidewalks and walls.
Pretty dope!

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