KerbScrawl: Eco-Friendly Street Art Advertising

KerbScrawl: Eco-Friendly Street Art Advertising

Counting Virgin, Visa and Barclays as past clients, the crew's 'ambient marketing' techniques offer an innovative way to bring messages to the masses.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 17 september 2010

Bridging the gap between the urban street-art and advertising Perth-based collective KerbScrawl have developed quite a name for themselves.  Using non-permanent, non toxic, odour-free materials the West-Australian eco-friendly crew set out to create unique advertisements on sidewalks, walls and grassed areas.

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