Nissan has put the world’s best-selling electric vehicle (EV) to the streets of Waterloo, London to paint the town with graffiti art. The 100% electric Nissan LEAF is being used as a part of the efforts to bring awareness to the growing battle with poor air quality in the UK, while also cleaning up the streets. Nissan recruited Reverse Graffiti artist, Moose, to create a mass-scale mural that can be viewed in the subway on Station’s Approach, Waterloo. Unlike traditional graffiti, Moose creates his art by removing dirt from surfaces with a jet washer or wire brush. The same dirt that he uses to create this striking art is typically caused by matters from vehicle exhausts, which often exceed pollution guidelines and limits that have been set by the city. On this go around, the jet water used to create the reverse graffiti was powered by the Nissan LEAF. A portable device was used to convert two-days worth of electricity from the EV. Getting involved with this campaign places Nissan as a leading role in the push for clean air and smarter cities around the world!