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Podcast: Paul “Moose” Curtis
Jennifer Leonard, 13 Aug 07
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This week’s podcast, the second of three from the Creators Series , is a conversation with Moose Curtis, a reverse grafitti artist based in Brighton, England. Curtis began making public art by cleaning walls on a grand scale beginning in 1999, an idea he got after seeing that people had written their names on dirty tunnel walls in his hometown of Leeds. At first he did it purely for sport, creating freehand stylings (while fulfilling his fetish for cleaning) using a shoe brush and water. Later, after large corporations began asking him to write their names in the dirt as well, he began taking commissions, which he still thinks is great but his friends think is terrible. With his company, Symbolix, he has taken clients such as Microsoft and Smirnoff, while continuing to pursue his own personal exploits.

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