Nissan has done some cool marketing with the Nissan Leaf, but this Clean Graffiti video from Nissan UK is probably the coolest thing I've seen. It shows how the Nissan Leaf was able to power what is known as “Reverse Graffiti” by the artist Paul Curtis.
Curtis, who goes by the art nickname Moose, uses a water pressure washer with stencils held against walls to create truly stunning and thought provoking art. As the pressure washer takes away dirt and grime you can see what's left behind from the stencils. The idea is to show how air pollution affects cities around the world.
Paul Curtis, aka Moose, used the Nissan Leaf to power a few different designs in Hamburg, Germany and London, England. The results are beautiful and quite interesting.
Let me know with a comment below what you think of this Reverse Graffiti or “Clean Graffiti” as Nissan is calling it.
Clean Graffiti – Nissan Leaf
Nissan creates the first car-powered clean graffiti using the 100% electric Nissan LEAF – the world’s best-selling electric vehicle (EV). The street art was created on polluted walls in London and Hamburg depicting the cities iconic skylines.
The Nissan Leaf is the best selling electric car of all time having achieved 100,000+ sales. One owner has clocked over 100,000 miles on his Nissan Leaf and they these electric cars come in handy in gas shortages.