There isn’t much difference between street washing and normal graffiti, except that clean graffiti does not use any paint or colours. So how exactly does it work?
With clean graffiti, our artist starts by locating a dirty wall and cleaning part of it to create a temporary or semi-permanent art exhibit of your choosing. An example of clean graffiti is using your finger to write something on a dusty car window.
With street washing, our artist can use brushes, hands, or pressure washers depending on how big the ”canvas” is. To create finer detail, the artist will lay a stencil down on the pavement or other surface and use a high-powered washer to clear out the area, creating a work of art in under a minute. Any surface filled with dirt and grime, like most inner cities, are a blank canvas for advertising yourself on the streets.