—For the past few years, reverse graffiti artist Moose has been leaving his artistic mark without leaving a trace of pollution on the walls that are his canvas. Nissan decided to enlist his skills and sponsor a cleaning trip in various countries.
Reverse graffiti is a process (popularized by artists such as Moose), that utilizes cleaning products to create stencils from polluted walls. Piggybacking off of the clean vibe, Nissan sponsored Moose to power his projects using a Nissan LEAF, a car that uses clean energy to run its system. I wouldn't say the car is necessarily artistic, but its footprint on the environment is as fleeting as the images Moose may leave around in a city near you.
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As if the title wasn't giving away the concept, this short video by Reebok Classics and produced in conjunction with The Rig Out, attempts to put Reebok Classics's name back in the mouths of the new generation on the come-up.
Kobe Bryant is entering the last two years of a $48.5 million extension with the Los Angeles Lakers. But the last season saw the superstar only play 6 out of a possible 82 games. Does he have anything left in the tank?