Graffiti has always been a controversial art form, but recently more and more art emerges on the streets that literally livens up the urban environment with eco friendly and living materials. One such artist is Edina Tokodi. Her growing moss installations invites the passerby to interact, touch and follow its growth with time. They become little self sustaining community owned gardens in barren concrete deserts, and subtly conveys a message of environmental responsibility and awareness.
Have a look at more of Edina Tokodi's work on her website here, or have a peek at her work on the Behance Network.