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The Poetically Correct Crew’s Cellograff

Kanos and Reci Xelecce created the Poetically Correct crew and came together with the goal of adding artwork to the streets of Paris without...

Dan Gould
Dan Gould on October 20, 2009.
The Poetically Correct Crew's Cellograff-2

In 2006, Kanos and Reci Xelecce created the Poetically Correct crew and came together with the goal of adding artwork to the streets of Paris without vandalizing or compromising the existing landscape in any way. To accomplish this, they wrapped layers of clear cellophane around various pieces of street furniture to provide a temporary canvas.

After a short hiatus Kanos has returned, and with the help of decorative artist Astro, is once again bringing this unique medium back to the streets, this time with a graffiti slant.

Watch their cellophane graffiti below:



Cellograff

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