DIY: Moss Graffiti

What do you think about this Graffitis?

Edina Tokodi. 16 Main St. DUMBO Arts Festival 2012

Hugo Rojas, 16 Main St. DUMBO Arts Festival 2012

Hugo Rojas. 16 Main St. DUMBO Arts Festival 2012

Launch of Ben & Jerry′s ′Caring Dairy′ 2008

 Anna Garforth

Anna Garforth 2011

Making a Moss Graffiti is not hard, but you need time and tidiness. It's very important to choose a outdoor wall without much sunlight.

Ingredients:
3 Handfuls of Moss
2 Cups warm water
2 Cups buttermilk
2 Tablespoons water retention gel
Blender
Bucket
Paintbrush
Spray bottle

Steps:
1. Crumble the moss in the blender.
2. Add in the water, buttermilk, and water-retention gel..
3. Pulse the blender until your mixture forms a gel-like substance .
4. Pour the mixture into a bucket and paint onto a wall .
5. Mist your mossed-up wall with water once a week and your creation will begin to grow .

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