You can help the environment by watching a great video on how one artist used Green Work products to create great murals in a location in LA.
About the Green Works® Reverse Graffiti Gallery:
The Green Works Reverse Graffiti Gallery is based on the idea that cleaning can be beautiful, especially when done naturally. The project has transformed an urban space in Los Angeles into a dynamic reminder that small, every day green choices can make a big impact.
Drawing inspiration from nature, artist “Mr. Kiji,” used Green Works cleaners as the medium to create murals in a mundane underpass in Silver Lake, with the hope that the unexpected art exhibit illustrates that cleaning can be beautiful and inspires viewers to do their part.
Like Green Works on Facebook: Simply by watching the time-lapse video of the transformation at Facebook.com/GreenWorks, $ 1 will be donated to Environmental Media Association, promoting more green works.
About the Artist:
Mr. Kiji is influenced by his eclectic upbringing – born in Kyushu, Japan and raised in New York City. His dynamic, clean-cut style, background in geometric shapes and lines, and range of work and mediums – from murals to newspaper graphics to painting – made him the perfect choice for the Green Works Reverse Graffiti Gallery. His work has been featured at the Mallick Williams Gallery in New York, ARTWALK New York, Giant Robot, Canvas LA, ArtBasel in Miami and the streets of NYC where he is based.
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