Wheat Paste Posters: The posters made of flour paste could be attached to walls in a matter of seconds, with all the work already done before.
Sculptural Street Art: 3D objects which are placed at strategic places to create a surprising visual effect to the passer-by.
Reverse Graffiti: Also called clean tagging, this kind of graffiti involves cleaning a surface in such a selective way that the intended image or text is visible as the cleaned area. This was an ingenious way to make a statement by simply removing dust from a wall.
Ceramic Tiles: Coloured tiles were a novel way to put street art to the public, and they were fairly permanent.