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The artist Moose creates graffiti on walls not by adding paint, but by removing dirt. He's been doing this for a few years now and he originally just used a sock, water, and a bit of soap. In this video we can see that he's moved on up to using a pressure washer and stencils to create 140-foot murals.



via Wooster Collective

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guyfrom7up (author)2008-06-13

sweet... and kinda disgusting comapring the old wall to new, clean wall

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Goodhart (author)guyfrom7up2008-11-04

If you have had a picture hanging on a wall that was sunlit for a few months or years, removing the picture will reveal "clean" colors. Dirt is not necessarily dirty :-) Some of it may be oxidation, or bleaching because of the sun.

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Goodhart (author)2008-11-04
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little quick pants (author)2008-11-04

This is amazing, I know a great place to do this on capital campus olympia. Can't wait

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fireandshadows (author)2008-06-17
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Lithium Rain (author)2008-06-13
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westfw (author)Lithium Rain2008-06-15
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scopevisions (author)2008-06-15

thinking outside of the box... at its best!!! kudos!

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