Jun 18, 2013

Reverse Graffiti: Washing Walls to Create Art

 

Tess Jakubec is an artist and student currently attending the UBC (University of British Columbia) in Vancouver, Canada. In the series below, Tess washes away dirt and grime from walls to create her street art landscapes. Similar to scrawling on a dirty car by simply wiping away dirt with your finger; Tess uses a combination of water, stencil, brushes and rags (and probably some kind of cleaning solution) to create what’s known as reverse graffiti.

[via fishgoesmoo]

 

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Reverse Graffiti by Tess Jakubec (1)

Artwork by TESS JAKUBEC

 

 

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Reverse Graffiti by Tess Jakubec (2)

Artwork by TESS JAKUBEC

 

 

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Reverse Graffiti by Tess Jakubec (3)

Artwork by TESS JAKUBEC

 

 

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Reverse Graffiti by Tess Jakubec (4)

Artwork by TESS JAKUBEC

 

 

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Reverse Graffiti by Tess Jakubec (5)

Artwork by TESS JAKUBEC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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