Graffiti Writers Warn Against Dangers of Oil Spills Via NYC Rooftop Spot

08.24.12 Bucky Turco

Undeterred by his last mural getting buffed by the man, graffiti artist Alan KET is once again creating provocative work for the public. This time he teamed up with fellow writers BRUZ SIN, SKINZ and NOC167 to paint a Queens rooftop visible from the 7 train. The petrol-themed piece is capped off by the words “Rotting In Sludge.” It’s “inspired by the oil spills that big oil companies have been responsible for,” writes KET on 12oz. “We decided to address this issue on this wall since it it so visible and we hope that people get the message.”