Artist Anna Garforth’s Mossberger project examines how we think about graffiti. Must graffiti always be composed with toxic paint? And must it always be either a gigantic mural or cluttered eyesore?
The Mossberger project is a part of YCN Live, a two-week long public and participatory art initiative in London. Garforth used moss to illustrate a verse from an Eleanor Stevens poem on a brick wall near Clissold Park in London.
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