Soap Not Spray Can: Reverse Graffiti Art.

Paul Curtis aka Moose is no regular graffiti artist. In fact, he's the reverse-graffiti artist. He created his street art by *cleaning* the dirt and grime off of surfaces!

Authorities are baffled: is selective cleaning a crime?

The tools are simple: A shoe brush, water and elbow grease, he says.

British authorities aren't sure what to make of the artist who is creating graffiti by cleaning the grime of urban life. The Leeds City Council has been considering what to do with Moose. "I'm waiting for the kind of Monty Python court case where exhibit A is a pot of cleaning fluid and exhibit B is a pair of my old socks," he jokes.

Link | NPR Interview


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RBAN TERRORISM! Chill out a bit.....it's just a guy with an idea. Isn't that what this entire society is based on? People with ideas.
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I hope that there is a plague soon that wipes all human kind from the face of the planet. Then nature can "vandalize" what man has made.

Jesus people...everyone who is arguing whether this is vandalism, trespassing, art...hell....let's call it URBAN TERRORISM! Chill out a bit.....it's just a guy with an idea. Isn't that what this entire society is based on? People with ideas.

Now where's that plague.
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