written by admin on Jul 22, 2013
Reverse graffiti is an interesting art form pioneered by the artist Moose. Unlike normal graffiti, reverse graffiti does not involve adding anything to the surface being tagged. It can be as simple as writing “wash me” in the dust on a car, or as involved as using a cleaning materials like cloths or pressure washers to create large murals.
Reverse graffiti is frowned on by some municipalities, but is hard to prosecute. It does not damage the surface, is temporary, and technically is a partial cleaning. Legally it is a gray area. Like regular graffiti, (more…)