Here’s How To Make Moss Graffiti, The Coolest DIY Project On The Planet

There’s something even more cooler than the normal spray paint street art that you’re typically use to seeing

and it’s known as Moss Graffiti. Unlike most aerosols this stuff is eco-friendly and all it takes is a few household ingredients and some moss!

Check it out below – Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 3 cups of moss (washed clean of soil)
  • 2 cups buttermilk OR 2 cups of yogurt (should be plain yogurt)
  • 2 cups of water or beer
  • 1/2 tsp of sugar
  • Corn syrup (optional)
  • An old blender that you don’t mind getting dirty

Moss Graffiti


Rinse it as best you can to get rid of any soil


Break-up the moss and drop them into a blender


At this point, add in all of your ingredients, except for the corn syrup. Blend until you have a paint like consistency.


Add corn syrup if it’s still to runny


Pour into a bucket


Grab a paint brush


Start painting your design. You will need to check on this regularly to make sure it stays moist. Keep a spray bottle handy


This is what happens


Here’s some cool stuff you can create


2Image credits: webponce (artist Anna Garforth)

3Image credits: Edina Tokodi


5Image credits: Jaime Rojo (artist Hugo Rojas)

6Image credits: Anna Garforth

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