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Unique Snail Graffiti, No One Will Catch You...

"Inner City Snail" and "Little People" are two street art projects of the English artist Slinkachu, which focuses on new ways to understand street art.

Gepimpte Schnecken von Stefan Siverud

Gepimpte Schnecken von Stefan Siverud

Wanting to help snails avoid getting stepped on, artist Stefan Siverud paints their shells.

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc | WebEcoist

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc - WebEcoist

"Inner City Snail Project" by London artist Slinkachu. Paints snails with non-toxic paint and releases them back into their environment.

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc

"Inner City Snail Project" by London artist Slinkachu. Paints snails with non-toxic paint and releases them back into their environment.

Caracoles Inner City: Pintada humaniza el Molusco Urbano | WebEcoist

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc - WebEcoist

Caracoles Inner City: Pintada humaniza el Molusco Urbano | WebEcoist

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc - WebEcoist

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"Inner City Snail - a slow-moving street art project" by London artist Slinkachu

Like it or not, graffiti can add a bright, brilliant dimension to urban landscapes that are too often drab and drained of life... but what if the landscape itself is alive? "Inner City Snail", a unique concept by acclaimed creative master Slinkachu, uses non-toxic paint to turn sluggish molluscs into miniature masterpieces of urban art.

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc

Inner City Snails: Graffiti Humanizes The Urban Mollusc - WebEcoist

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