Giant Broadway Tunnel “Reverse-Graffiti” Advertising Mural for “Green Works” Cleansers Attacked Once Again

I guess you can still see part of it, but the lower reaches and the “Green Works” logo are long gone.

See?

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Oh well.

reverse graffiti

San Francisco’s Broadway tunnel is a highly traveled thoroughfare in the heart of the city. Over 20,000 cars, trucks, and motorized vehicles pass through it per day. Its walls are caked with dirt and soot, and lined with patches of paint covered graffiti from days gone by. It set the perfect canvas to create a beautiful work of art showcasing the talents of reverse graffiti artist “Moose”, and the power of Green Works plant based cleaner.

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One Response to “Giant Broadway Tunnel “Reverse-Graffiti” Advertising Mural for “Green Works” Cleansers Attacked Once Again”

  1. mikesonn says:

    Look, it’s so dirty we can write “wash me” on it!

    Not something to really be proud of. That tunnel is disgusting. But I’d rather get an arm full of soot than ride w/ traffic like the sfmta wanted cyclists to do.

    http://sf.streetsblog.org/2011/06/03/sfmta-installs-bike-and-ped-lights-on-the-broadway-tunnel-and-tenderloi/

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