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Muddy Urban Art
Eco Graffiti Uses Mud, Not Spray Paint, to Convey a Message


By: Robyn Currie (Rockstar) Oct 20, 09
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I always wanted to get into graffiti, using my artistic skills to decorate the urban landscape. But two things always stopped me:
1) I can’t draw/paint and
2) There is always such environmental impact from the spray cans often used to work with.

Luckily now, there is Eco Graffiti.

Using ever-present mud and stencils, Jesse Graves is taking his prowess to the streets. The Eco Graffiti movement is a clean (and almost legal way) to make a statement.



Source: treehugger



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