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Saran Wrap Graffiti Creates Temporary Street Art [Video]

Saran Wrap Graffiti Creates Temporary Street Art [Video]
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Artists Astro and Kanos create their colorful images on stretched sheets of cellophane instead of public walls and surfaces.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 19 june 2013

Graffiti artists Astro and Kanos have come up with a unique way to create temporary and legal street art without  damaging public property or breaking any laws.

CelloGraff consists of stretching sheets of cellophane between trees or poles and using them as the temporary canvases for the artists to create their graffiti art.

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The technique allows the street artists to keep doing what they do and express themselves without damaging property or breaking city rules.

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Watch this video for more about CelloGraff.

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Images by Astro and Kanos via CelloGraff

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