Drawing inspiration from nature, artist Mr. Kiji used Green Works cleaners as the medium to create murals in a mundane underpass in Silver Lake, with the hope that the unexpected art exhibit illustrates that cleaning can be beautiful and inspires viewers to do their part.
Mr. Kiji turned an urban space green. Mr. Kiji created a “Reverse Gallery” using Green Works cleaners as mediums. From a mural in an underpass created using Green Works products, Mr. Kiji wanted to show that cleaning can be beautiful. Did I mention that the underpass is in a city? How many times have you driven in an underpass that was clean?? The video is quite amazing to watch.
What do you think? Do you think cleaning can be beautiful? Here’s a video of Mr. Kiji’s creations…
So? What did you think? I’ve certainly smiled when I look at a sparkling clean kitchen floor. I’ve enjoyed looking at an empty gleaming sink even though I know a dish or two will be dropped in the sink almost immediately. A sparklingly clean city underpass is certainly unusual and unexpected.
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