Edina Tokodi, a talented Hungarian artist now living in Brooklyn, New York, became the talk of the town recently for her "Grassity". Wherever Tokodi goes, she leaves a graffiti behind, made out of moss.
Her affinity to moss isn't new; in 2005, she already transformed a busy square in Budapest, Hungary into a moss installation. Her recent works include animals made out of moss, or moss "growing out" of unexpected places. Her works address the deficiencies of our every day life: the lack of relationships with animals and greenery.
Graffiti Goes Green
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Untethered Hopping Robots
Elevated Sightseeing Escalators
Redesigned Sustainable Water Packaging
Media-Inspired Soccer Jerseys
All-Organic Children's Clothing