After witnessing Alexander Farto’s amazingly humanistic scratched wall art, the strange wonders of the bubble gum alley, the surreal burning portraits of Radya Timofey and the excellent imagination of Strook’s high water pressure engraved moss, comes another pilgrimage into the astonishing creativity of a blossoming artist. Anna Garforth creates stunning moss graffiti. In this series, she’s molded together The Big Bang explosion, a collection of moss circular patches depicting Earth as a seed shattering explosion; Grow, a cursive moss creation of the word “grow” intended to express her appreciation for the urban wilderness; and the Moss Cross, moss formed in the pattern of the cross that was designed to promote nature and its healing properties. These wonderful installations are a part of the green graffiti movement in which we are enamored by her intricate creations that highlight the purity of Mother Nature’s own design.

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