Most art from a cave painting to a Rembrandt portrait is driven by the intentions of its authors. Yet sometimes art can emerge as an unintentional byproduct, an epiphenomenon. One such case is the inadvertent art of graffiti coverup. I am interested in the sites where the tug-of-war between graffiti artists and graffiti busters collectively, although inadvertently, create playful, geometric, and complex designs. More recently, I have enjoyed exploring how environmental elements interact with the graffiti cover up; a shopping cart, garbage cans, or an occasional passer-by.