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Spray Paint Not Required: 10 Unusual Graffiti Mediums

What started off as a way to rep your crew and make your art public for all to see using aerosol spray paint on train cars and walls around your city has now evolved and expanded, pushing street artists to think of new ways to get their messaging across. This includes leaving the spray paint at home and using new materials in urban areas to get people’s attention. Creativity is running rampant in the streets nowadays with graffiti being made with plants, textiles, food, and even a little soap and water. We rounded up 10 of the most interesting and unusual mediums that street artists are currently using to school you on how you can put up a piece if you’ve lost your last spray paint cap.

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