Reverse Graffiti

They say every cloud has a silver lining and in this case the silver lining is a fantastic mural that only appears when the wall is wet. Polish born artist Adam Niklewicz has been creating reverse graffiti since 2009 when he experimented with using waterproofing treatments on bricks to create the artworks. The artwork, which is located in Conneticut, was commissioned by he Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Real Art Ways and the City of Hartford.

They say every cloud has a silver lining and in this case the silver lining is a fantastic mural that only appears when the wall is wet. Polish born artist Adam Niklewicz has been creating reverse graffiti since 2009 when he experimented with using waterproofing treatments on bricks to create the artworks. The artwork, which is located in Conneticut, was commissioned by he Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Real Art Ways and the City of Hartford.

They say every cloud has a silver lining and in this case the silver lining is a fantastic mural that only appears when the wall is wet. Polish born artist Adam Niklewicz has been creating reverse graffiti since 2009 when he experimented with using waterproofing treatments on bricks to create the artworks. The artwork, which is located in Conneticut, was commissioned by he Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Real Art Ways and the City of Hartford.

They say every cloud has a silver lining and in this case the silver lining is a fantastic mural that only appears when the wall is wet. Polish born artist Adam Niklewicz has been creating reverse graffiti since 2009 when he experimented with using waterproofing treatments on bricks to create the artworks. The artwork, which is located in Conneticut, was commissioned by he Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Real Art Ways and the City of Hartford.

They say every cloud has a silver lining and in this case the silver lining is a fantastic mural that only appears when the wall is wet. Polish born artist Adam Niklewicz has been creating reverse graffiti since 2009 when he experimented with using waterproofing treatments on bricks to create the artworks. The artwork, which is located in Conneticut, was commissioned by he Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Real Art Ways and the City of Hartford.