Graffiti And Moss Ruin Buildings, But When You Combine Them? It’s Magical.

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Graffiti has a poor reputation. It”s true that graffiti was (and is) occasionally used by gang members to indicate their lands. Nevertheless, additionally it is just as common for artists to showcase their amazing gifts using graffiti.

Isn”t it strange that folks despise on the graffiti, which we can craft to make wonderful, but for some reason it”s motivated for some buildings to be covered in moss? Moss grows in patterns that are hideous and, if left to its own devices, can ruin the building of the house. (WHY, moss?)

Some knowledgeable people found a happy medium between these contentious styles of house defamation suitably called “Moss Graffiti”. What’s it, you inquire? It”s what it seems like:

Cool right? Now here”s how it works:


  • One or two clumps (about a small handful) of moss.
  • 2 cups of buttermilk or yogurt
  • 2 cups of water or beer
  • 1/2 tbsp of sugar

1) Locate moss.

1) Find moss.

The greatest moss to use isn”t on the type you see on trees. Assemble moss from the footpath, pavement, old bricks or walls that are forgotten.

2) Prepare the moss.

2) Prepare the moss.

Wash as much as of the land out of the roots as possible. Subsequently break up the moss in to manageable bits into a blender.

3) Making moss milk.

3) Making moss milk.

Add sugar and the buttermilk/yogurt, water/beer mix everything together.

4) Pour into a bucket.

4) Pour into a bucket.

Pour all into a pail. Mix up a little but not much. You don”t need to break apart and kill moss cells.

5) Paint.

5) Paint.

Dunk a paint brush into the bucket and paint onto your favourite surface.

6) Delay.

6) Wait.

Check back weekly and splash some water to support development, other than that the remaining part of the work is up to nature.

Take a look at what some other graffiti moss artists are doing with their walls.

Moss Graffiti is a safe, environmentally friendly to conventional spray paint. The next time you need to pull on a Banksy, attempt using moss.


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