World’s Largest Eco Graffiti Was Made Using Water


Commissioned by the electricity company PGE Polska, artist Przemysław Trust Truściński (and his many helpers) have produced this 91 meters wide and 54 meters high mural in the Bieszczady region of Poland by removing the layer of sediment accumulated on the local dam’s wall with high-pressure water jets. There were no chemicals involved, so this piece of art really deserves the title ‘eco graffiti’.

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via Design You Trust, Arts Journal

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