Saturday, 15 January 2011

Pavement Graffiti

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I've been seeing a lot of this kind of pavement graffiti/advertising around at the moment. Several companies seem to be doing it; this one you sign up to a website that offers money off local services and products. But, rather than being interested in what it is that is being advertised, I'd like to know how these images are created. I'm guessing it's some sort of stencil that is then "painted" with bleach to clean the pavement underneath and leave the message behind. If so, it's a cool idea, and one that'll last for quite a while while not actually creating any kind of waste. Anyone else have any ideas how it's done?

1 comment:

Jayleon said...

Reverse graffiti, also known as clean tagging, dust tagging, grime writing or clean advertising. Of course SOME people won't belive it as this comes form Wiki :P