One person's dirty wall is another's canvas. Paul "Moose" Curtis uses the dirt of the urban landscape as a backdrop for creating art. In a downtown San Francisco tunnel, for instance, the accumulated soot on the walls is a perfect backdrop for him to selectively spray away the black using wooden stencils. The result is the appearance of large botanical murals. He calls his process "reverse graffiti."


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