graffiti bandwagon

Three interesting items in the blogosphere, that are all graffiti related:

First, the French Yellow Pages is using a technique titled clean tags, where the artist cleans an area, leaving the dirty area to create a message. Kind of a reverse stencil thing. A British street artist called moose is credited with being first on the block with the technique.

Next - NYC residents will recognize the frequent and famous I love you tags, (and I'm not certain who gets credit for creating them), but now they've shown up in this ad for Ketel One. Ha.

And last, my personal favorite this week (pictured above) - not everyone in NYC is happy with the condo and hotel development that seems to be taking over every available inch of NYC real estate. Here's a clever protest sign, on a plywood facade in the lower east side.

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