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Awesome Street Art That’s Only Visible When It Rains

 |  |  |  |  September 27, 2013


You might have heard of NeverWet when it was first launched. It’s basically a waterproofing spray that repels liquids so you can keep your stuff dry.

Art When it Rains

That’s the spray’s intended use, but Home Depot community members Nathan Sharratt and Dana0814 came up with an extremely creative way to use it.

Art When it Rains1 Art When it Rains2

Armed with stencils and a couple of cans of NeverWet, they set out to create street art while taking full advantage of the spray’s hydrophobic qualities. Their art only appears when it rains, because it’s the only part of the street that stays dry during a downpour.

[via TAXI]



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