Some new street art has hit the streets of London today and this time around it can be found down on the South Bank.
The pieces have been created by self-dubbed ‘clean’ artist Moose Curtis who, through his art, aims to encourage people to keep the streets clean. He creates his pieces by selectively cleaning grime away from pavements and other such surfaces to reveal pictures of people cleaning.
The new pieces on South Bank is his biggest work to date spanning 370 square metres and can be found on the pavement of Queen’s Walk to the walls of the Oxo Tower. The piece has been commissioned by cleaning product Flash and will be washed away on 16th April… or when someone accidentally walks over the piece and makes it all dirty again.
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