Moss Graffiti: The Coolest DIY Project Ever

Moss graffiti is eco-friendly as it doesn’t use any aerosols; what the “painting” needs is just a dash of water to thrive. Here is a recipe for how to make your own moss graffiti.

To get started you’ll need:
3 cups of moss (washed, clean of soil)
2 cups of buttermilk or 2 cups of yogurt (should be plain yogurt)
2 cups of water or beer
1/2 tsp of sugar
corn syrup (optional)

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When Rock ‘n’ Roll Loomed Large Over the Sunset Strip

In the 1970s, you knew you’d made it big if your record label paid for a hand-painted billboard on the Strip: From psychedelic fantasies to larger-than-life portraits, the billboards were visual interpretations of a musician’s ethos, spirit, and vibe. These giant artworks were often variations on album art, relying on eye-catching imagery and minimal text to remind passersby of the music they needed to hear immediately—while it was still cool.

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The Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California circa 1979

1918 gas station turned into awesome bachelor pad

This eclectic, 2000 square-foot 1918 gas station has been renovated into the ultimate New Orleans industrial bachelor pad. Featuring a gourmet kitchen, jacuzzi tub and roof deck, you can jump on the street car which will take you to the French Quarter or you can stay local and enjoy restaurants, coffee shops, bars, New Orleans Museum of Art or the city park nearby.


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