Let’s Experiment With Sacred Desecration

Moss Graffiti Makes Eco-Friendly Street Art

Graffiti — some still consider it urban blight, but it’s a well-established art form. And now, it’s gone green.

In recent years, a handful of artists around the world have advanced the dialogue of the medium by using eco-friendly materials like moss to make their statements, and their work has inspired a cross-section of society, from crafty moms to street culture bloggers.

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Beauty and Truth Are Leaking out from Between the Cracks

Uplifting vandalism

Graffiti is usually regarded as negative, unnecessary, and costly, but every once in a while you see some uplifting graffiti that makes it all seem worth it. Everyone needs to hear some positive words now and then, so seeing a little random piece encouragement can go a long way. We found some examples of vandalism that don’t even seem like vandalism because they make you feel so good. Which ones would you not mind seeing in your community?