Snow Calligraphy: Reverse Graffiti Artist Tags Parked Vehicles
Consistently, this graffiti calligrapher made his mark around New York City, but some of his most useful tasks are set aside for special (and notably unpredictable) occasions, relying on regular snowfall.
Known for their interior and exterior calligraphic murals as well as his trademark snow pieces, Faust notes that virtually “everyone has an affinity for writing inside snowfall being a child. When people grow up they lose the desire. I suppose I just haven’t had the opportunity to shake it.”
Much like other styles of reverse graffiti, his snowy script is in the end temporary and eliminates material that would be wiped and swiped away by brushes or wipers, thus leaving no lasting influence or damage.
Several of their emails talk to the summer season (of snows and ice) although some are simply just signatures left in the bonnet, trunk, windshield or window of a vehicle as being a simple surprise to enhance the dark winter months days of passers-by.