Seems like reverse graffiti is becoming more and more popular, as demonstrated by these Dutch Ink scrubs in South Africa. This is a good thing, however, because reverse graffiti not only adds beautiful artistic character to city walls, it also cleans them up in the process.
Dutch Ink is one of the latest reverse graffiti groups that have taken up this art form. Inspired by its pioneer Paul Curtis, Dutch Ink founder Martin Pace and his band of merry cleaners have left beautiful tree and fish murals in their wake.
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Dutch Ink Scrubs the Street Artistically Clean
- By: Meghan YoungMar 11, 2010