Street artists unleash the green with Moss Graffiti

Via Creative Boom submission. All images courtesy of Moss Graffiti

Via Creative Boom submission. All images courtesy of Moss Graffiti

Most graffiti artists will naturally choose from a range of spray paints to create their glorious street art.

But that might be about to change forever, as there's a growing trend on the street scene where many are borrowing tools from Mother Nature. Enter 'moss', the latest craze in green graffiti and an effort to make street art out of more natural materials.

Furry artworks are in fact popping up in cities across the globe with non-toxic biodegradable materials now widely available alongside do-it-yourself techniques. It's a lovely way of introducing a little more nature into our urban hubs without doing any damage to the environment.

Here are some examples from artists Edina Tokodi, Anna Garforth and Carly Schmitt. If you'd like to create your own Moss Graffiti, then read these instructions.

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Anna Garforth

Credit: Carly Schmitt

Credit: Carly Schmitt

Credit: Edina Tokodi

Credit: Edina Tokodi

Credit: Edina Tokodi

Credit: Edina Tokodi

Credit: Edina Tokodi

Credit: Edina Tokodi