Anna Garforth's Eco-friendly Moss "Graffiti"

By - Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Writing on the walls can take all kinds of shapes and forms. One relatively new manifestation is moss “graffiti” that quite literally lives and breathes. Here Anna Garforth combines her skills at typography with a moss technique and her interest in sustainability and concern about the lack of sustainability in our world today. Where will this new kind of typography take us? Could tree typography be next? Can this type of process be utilized by the graffiti community at large or for social consciousness and change? Time will surely tell. Source: PSFK

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