Create graffiti foamThese images here are a project of the artist Anna Garforth. She lives and works in London and their projects are usually very persistent oriented. This wall art work "nature" they created for a DM campaign to promote organic food and natural products. Impressive, is not it?
Letter "R" of the foamThe "Nature" by artist Anna Garforth
"Grow" as a green wall decoration - a similar project Garforth Create Graffiti Police foam Think and act sustainably A living art work that develops Moss Graffiti are just very modern and hip This type of art is determined environmentally, while no aerosol used Art of sustainable street Want to learn the art of graffiti with moss, then scroll down and learn how to create a foam mixture. This allows you to create your own green graffiti. For mixing, you must: - 3 cups of foam - 2 cups of milk or yogurt - 2 cups water or beer - half a teaspoon of sugar - mixing foam you find in your garden or in the park Rinse the foam under running water and remove dirt Place the foam into the mixer (you can lift an old blender that you can use for this purpose only) Add water or beer Add remaining ingredients (milk or yoghurt and some sugar) to The final mixture Take a joke brush ...
Apply ... and the foam mixture to the wall Wait until the moss grows Moss Graffiti maintain thereafter Create a lasting mural and leave a message
The following two projects came from Anna Garforth Decorate the garden fence with graphics foam Geometric foam shapes Ecological Land Creative wall decoration Street Art in London This time with newspaper Moss graffiti - start the process step by step If it works, you should try it yourself
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