Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Reverse-Graffiti-KFC-in-the-US-27MZIF3WVOGI.htmlConceptually similarReverse Graffiti KFC in the USGP0STP0LKCompleted★★★★Reverse Graffiti KFC in the USGP0STP0LICompleted★★★★Reverse Graffiti KFC in the USGP0STP0LJCompleted★★★★Reverse Graffiti KFC in the USGP0STP0LMCompleted★★★★Climate Question Clean GraffitiGP0223ZCompleted★★★★Climate Question Clean GraffitiGP02242Completed★★★★Climate Question Clean GraffitiGP02243Completed★★★★Climate Question Clean GraffitiGP02244Completed★★★★Whale rally in Los Angeles, California.GP0G1TCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STP0LLReverse Graffiti KFC in the USA Greenpeace activist uses a power washer and a stencil to create a message on the sidewalk at a KFC store reading "Trashing the Rainforests kfc-secretrecipe.com." The message was created with a stencil and a power washer which cleaned the pavement leaving the message.Locations:California-Los Angeles-North America-United States of AmericaDate:9 Aug, 2012Credit:© Greenpeace / Blake HodgesMaximum size:2000px X 3008pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Cleaning-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Outdoors-Restaurants-Reverse graffiti actionsShoot:Reverse Graffiti KFC Protest LAA Greenpeace message on the sidewalk at a KFC store reads "Trashing the Rainforests kfc-secretrecipe.com." The message was created with a stencil and a power washer which cleaned the pavement leaving the message. A Greenpeace report, "How KFC is Junking the Jungle" shows how KFC is buying paper products from the notorious rainforest destroyer Asia Pulp & Paper (APP). This includes trees from endangered Sumatran tiger habitat.