Monday, June 13, 2011

Sustainable Typography and More

Moss graffiti has been around for a while, but one artist who's work really embodies it is Anna Garforth. Her experimentation's in typography has resulted in an array of unique and beautiful pieces, and the body of work is both natural and exploratory. Whether she is painting on a wall with moss, wrapping a fence in masking tape or reusing materials to create public art you will be inspired by the creativity she puts into each piece. This is truly sustainable art.

Installation- "The Big Bang depicts Mother Earth as a seed shattering explosion."
Love your street. Reused paper installation. These are little pyramids!
Made from trash.
Made with tape.
Milk bottle guerrilla gardening project.
Lovely Type!
Here's a great recipe to make your own moss art.

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