Eco-Friendly Art

Hybrid cars, organic cotton, solar panels, and now graffiti? Yes, it seems like everyday you hear talk about going “green” and I guess the trend has caught on in the art world as well. Hungarian street artist, Edina Tokodi, has incorporated green ideals in her new street art campaign in Willamsburg, Brooklyn. The new age graffiti main ingredient is moss, a plant that is very resilient to different climate conditions. Ms. Tokodi says that she wants to reconnect urban denizens back with nature, something that is truly lost in many of America’s cities. Hey, if her campaign means promoting more greenery throughout the city, then I am all for it. Check out the pics below.




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Images: Inhabitat

Source : InHabitat via Eco-friendly Art


5 Responses to “Eco-Friendly Art”


  2. […] Another blogger says Tokodi’s art is the product of the expansion of the green revolution into every possible industry. […]

  3. Denise Kremer Says:

    I’m looking for Edina Tokodi email adress to ask authorization to publish some images. Sincerely,

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  5. […] Source : InHabitat via Eco-friendly Art […]

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