Thursday, December 16, 2010

Eco Graffiti

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Moss Graffiti Recipe (makes several small pieces or 1 large piece of graffiti):
1 can of beer
1/2 teaspoon sugar
Several clumps garden moss, cleaned of dirt and rocks
You will also need a plastic container (with lid),
a blender and a paintbrush
To begin the recipe, first of all gather together several clumps of moss (moss can usually be found in moist, shady places) and crumble them into a blender. Then add the beer and sugar and blend just long enough to create a smooth, creamy consistency. Now pour the mixture into a plastic container.
Find a suitable damp and shady wall on to which you can apply your moss milkshake. Paint your chosen design onto the wall (either free-hand or using a stencil). If possible try to return to the area over the following weeks to ensure that the mixture is kept moist. Soon the bits of blended moss should begin to re-couperate into a whole rooted plant – maintaining your chosen design before eventually colonising the whole area.



15 comments:

  1. i'm going to moss paint my car.

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  3. lmao, stm...

    im going to use it inside, freak out my gf.

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  4. woah, thats kind of awesome. I would much rather look at that on the side of my liquor store than the usual tagging.

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  6. This would be awesome to have on a front door for halloween.

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  7. Downside is Moss only lasts a week in Minnesota.

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  8. excellent idea. I'm going to put a bat signal on my roof

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  9. Eco graffiti? Wow I find that hilarious.

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  10. it's first i've heard of this but it looks great

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  11. Holy crap, best friggen idea ever! Now if only I wasn't lazy and I also had a wall in my area to do it with... XD

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  12. Hahaha, Brillient! If you get caught. you can say you were gardening.

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