Street artist Moose cleans up the Southbank

Clean art by Paul 'Moose' Curtis

Image: mrsmullerauh

If you’re going to be near the Southbank this weekend, make sure you look out for the amazing display of ‘reverse graffiti’ currently taking shape on and around the OXO2 building thanks to clean artist Paul ‘Moose’ Curtis.

Over a two week period ending on the 16th April, Moose and a team of UK artists will be carefully removing the grime from their canvas of SE1 concrete and brickwork to create the largest work of clean art that Europe has ever seen. The finished artwork will span an area of 300m2, stretching along Queen’s Walk and Gabriel’s Wharf and culminating in one giant piece of art on the wall of the OXO2 building.

It’s estimated that the eco-friendly installation, which was planned as part of the P&G Capital Clean Up, will take Moose and his team around 150 hours to complete and could feature up to 5000 figures once it’s finished.

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