NISSAN POWER TO HELP CREATE REVERSE GRAFFITI ART

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To promote the launch of the Nissan LEAF, its new fully electric model, they welcomed British street-artist Moose to recreate the London skyline in his signature style. The LEAF helped to power a jet washer the artist uses to clean off dirt from walls, thus revealing a marvel of images.

Artist Moose, or Paul Curtis does not use coloured aerosol sprays or paint like most street artists, but instead uses the help of a jet washer to blast away dirt and grime from walls to create graffiti style masterpieces. The Nissan LEAF has been cleverly equipped for household use through a portable device that converts electricity from the car battery into an electric power for domestic uses in the home. It was with the use of with LEAF to Home equipment that Moose was able to off-paint his graphics. The campaign creatively draws our attention to the secondary effects of air pollution and its effects on our buildings and surround built environment. The mural has been created in a subway by Stations Approach in Waterloo.