In another project Veenhof does the reverse thing. Pointing on recognizable urban objects like street signs, the Augmented Reality user gets a layer of street art or graffiti on top of it. The instant virtual street art creator, as the project is called, creates a personalized urban style. “Will ‘augmented’ virtual grafitti be the future? Will it lead to a situation in which everybody takes control of their own surrounding creatively, and not just the rebellious spraycan folks? Besides there are many more merits with virtual grafitti: walls can be used multiple times, no need to cross pieces by others. And it’s up to anyone to see the wall including the grafitti, or without”, explains Veenhof.