The Reverse Graffiti Project is started by British stencil street artist Paul “Moose” Curtis. Curtis works mainly around the UK but one of his most recent and attention-grabbing projects is in San Francisco.

"He’s a construction worker that looks like he’s gone AWOL" - Curtis describes what people think of him while he’s at work (in the video clip Perceptions) - brilliant.

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More about reverse graffiti, or clean tagging, on inhabitat and BLDG BLOG...

Although most cities in the U.S. don’t have laws against cleaning sidewalks and walls, San Francisco Public Works is looking into closing the loophole and prohibit such advertising on government property.

City Life… nicely shot, reminds me of the term: 'ballet of the sidewalks'… ish.

laughingsquid:

The City, A Beautiful Time-Lapse Video of San Francisco

(Source: vimeo.com)

The Lost Horizon Night Market was an temporary event on wheels using rented cargo trucks to create 25 different spaces like a bowling alley, fine dining room & a jazz speakeasy.
via PSFK

The Lost Horizon Night Market was an temporary event on wheels using rented cargo trucks to create 25 different spaces like a bowling alley, fine dining room & a jazz speakeasy.

via PSFK