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No Drop Cloths? Mass Artistic Street Painting.

Posted Sep 14, 2011 by Andrew Scaturro

 No Drop Cloths?   Mass Artistic Street Painting.

Last year, pranksters led by Dutch performance artist Iepe B.T. Rubingh rode their bicycles into a crowded intersection in Berlin and unloaded over 132 gallons of brightly-colored paint onto the street, effectively turning passing cars, buses and bikes into unwitting paintbrushes. Entitled “Painting Reality,” the video below showcases the beginning of this self-proclaimed case of guerilla street art as well as the final result created by the color-injected traffic.

Note: Alpine Painting does not recommend or condone this activity. Please Paint Responsibly.

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