Shane Hillard
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Washington was handing out chunks of cash to local businesses to jumpstart private investment on H Street NE as part of its $95 million Great Streets Initiative. Mazza and Patten applied for a grant to fund the roll-up garage door that opens onto the street, allowing patrons to dine en plein air despite zoning restrictions on sidewalk tables. They received $20,000, and though it didn’t cover the full cost of the door, it went miles in differentiating the deli’s facade from the surrounding…

Washington was handing out chunks of cash to local businesses to jumpstart private investment on H Street NE as part of its $95 million Great Streets Initiative. Mazza and Patten applied for a grant to fund the roll-up garage door that opens onto the street, allowing patrons to dine en plein air despite zoning restrictions on sidewalk tables. They received $20,000, and though it didn’t cover the full cost of the door, it went miles in differentiating the deli’s facade from the surrounding…

moss graffiti - • Collect 3-4 hands full of moss and put in a blender with 700ml of luke warm water. • Add 3-4 tablespoons of water retaining gel • Add 120 ml of buttermilk • Pulse the blender until the gel forms • Pour mix into bucket. • Paint on rough concrete/wooden surfaces. • keep an eye on the weather, if dry, mist weekly to make sure the moss re-grows. The water retaining gel will be of benefit here. • After about three weeks you should see your artwork growing in front of you.

moss graffiti - • Collect 3-4 hands full of moss and put in a blender with 700ml of luke warm water. • Add 3-4 tablespoons of water retaining gel • Add 120 ml of buttermilk • Pulse the blender until the gel forms • Pour mix into bucket. • Paint on rough concrete/wooden surfaces. • keep an eye on the weather, if dry, mist weekly to make sure the moss re-grows. The water retaining gel will be of benefit here. • After about three weeks you should see your artwork growing in front of you.