Reverse Graffiti

Reverse Graffiti
Design

Over the past few months, we've picked up on several artists engaging in ‘reverse graffiti.’ Also known as ‘clean tagging’ or ‘grime writing,’ the artist simply cleans off the dirt...

Jeff Squires
  • 11 december 2006


Over the past few months, we’ve picked up on several artists engaging in ‘reverse graffiti.’  Also known as ‘clean tagging’ or ‘grime writing,’ the artist simply cleans off the dirt and soot from a wall to make the original surface stand out.  This method has also been implemented on walls covered with paper flyers, where the intended word or image is scraped off.

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