Art & Culture
Sweepstakes details below
On Tuesday, May 29th one of Los Angeles’ filthiest alleys will be transformed into a beautiful masterpiece for The Reverse Graffiti Gallery -- without paint. What seems like an oxymoron is actually an eco friendly outdoor power washing art technique using Green Works cleaning products called reverse graffiti or clean tagging. The mural that is left behind is created without any paint or other harmful chemicals by masking select areas of walls and spot cleaning exposed flat surfaces that deeply contrast with the underlying urban grime buildup.
Watch this to see how this amazing art form is created:
Green Works Reverse Graffiti Gallery Sweepstakes
The best part is that YOU can enter to win an all expenses-paid trip for two to L.A. to be there on May 29. If you're the winner you won't be just another spectator, though. You'll be an artist helping Green Works turn an eyesore into a thing of artistic beauty for its latest installment of The Reverse Graffiti Gallery.
Grand Prize includes
- All expenses-paid trip to L.A. to attend the Reverse Graffiti Gallery opening
- An opportunity to create a reverse graffiti image that will appear in the final art piece
- A $1,000 gift card to go shopping
- Day passes to some of the City of Angel's best art museums
A Trip for Two to L.A. for
The Green Works Reverse Graffiti Gallery
|Image from Green Works Reverse Graffiti Gallery|
MBE Wishes Good Luck to All Entrants!
About Green Works
Green Works is the Clorox company's answer eco-friendly products that have brought forth a full line of household products that clean well without harsh chemical fumes or residue. Sold in sustainable packaging whenever possible, the products in this line are formulated with plant- and mineral-based cleaning ingredients coming from biodegradable ingredients that are naturally derived and not tested on animals.
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