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NYC-based, eco-minded guerrilla street artists Edina Tokodi and József Vályi-tóth of Mosstika Urban Greenery use—not paint, but—living grass.

Moss graffiti! "Hungarian Cattle"-Edina Tokodi. Hungarian-born, New York-based artist also takes her work directly to the public, having adorned subways and other high-traffic areas with moss and grass stencils of animals. She is the founder of Mosstika Urban Greenery, "a collective of eco-minded street artists dedicated to green guerilla tactics and inspired public art."

Eco-Friendly Moss Graffiti Makes Street Art Green

Green Graffiti: Painting with Moss!    http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/featured/moss-grass-graffiti/2147

How to Make Moss Graffiti. As people become more eco-friendly and environmentally aware, the idea of making living, breathing graffiti has become an exciting outlet for graffiti artists. Also called eco-graffiti or green graffiti, moss.

Foto: mos op de muur maken. beetje bier, suiker, water. erop smeren in het gewenste patroon en laten groeien.. Geplaatst door alegna op Welke.nl

Moss graffiti Moss graffiti, also called eco-graffiti or green graffiti, replaces spray paint, paint-markers or other such toxic chem.

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Renew your weather-beaten deck with a stain that will look great and stand up to the elements for years to come. It’s new PPG Timeless Stain, a brand trusted by pros for over 100 years. Only at The Home Depot.

'Green' street art using moss and wheat grass. Guerrilla gardens by Edina Tokodi

NYC-based, eco-minded guerrilla street artists Edina Tokodi and József Vályi-tóth of Mosstika Urban Greenery use—not paint, but—living grass and moss to create ‘living’ and ‘natural’ graffiti.

Mosstika’s Moss Graffiti Fishes Swim the Streets of New York

Mosstika's Moss Graffiti Fishes Swim the Streets of New York

The brainchild of artist Edina Tokodi, Mosstika challenges traditional notions of graffiti by adding living moss to city walls.

In 2006, three art students joined forces in France and formed Poetically Correct. The group eventually changed its name to CelloGraff and lost a member, but gained a compelling idea: why not decorate the city with graffiti, but in a way that would hardly be objectionable? Their plan: transient graffiti that would be as elaborate and artistic as they want, but which disappears within minutes when needed.

CelloGraf: Artists Astro and Kanos create transient graffiti pieces

Installation: Amnesty Makes the Invisibile Visible Through Street Art Installations (Video)

Amnesty Makes The Invisible Visible Through Street Art Installations [Video

Amnesty International "Making the Invisible Visible" Campaign: In "Making the Invisible Visible," Amnesty International, alongside German street art collective Mentalgassi and creative team Lisa Jelliffe and Kirst.

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A Sweet Outdoor Mural

tank-commander: “escapekit: “ Sugar Murals and Cake Icing Graffiti by Shelley Miller Montreal-based artist Shelley Miller armed with things you’d find in a bakery took to the streets to attack brick.

Creatively Placed Graffiti

見かけたらクスッと笑えそうな街やストリートの落書きいろいろ

I love it when artists play with nature in their work. In particular I have a thing for that kind of art that puts nature into a different perspective and makes you look at it in another way. A selection of artists have done exactly.

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Mosstika Urban Greenery is a NYC based collective of eco-minded street artists, using gorilla tactics to evoke the call of man back to nature.

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Grassy Street Art - Mosstika Urban Greenery Decorates Urban Landscapes in Eco-Conscious Ways