Rainworks: Street Art that only appears when it’s wet

Danielle Wilson

Peregrine Church has created a form of Street Art that will only activate when it is wet, or raining.

Rainworks is the brainchild of Peregrine’s imagination. He uses a super hydrophobic substance which he then stencils onto the sidewalks around Seattle. Once that substance gets wet, the artwork is revealed. Perfect for a place like Seattle, where there is a high chance of rain all year round.

He figured since it is always going to rain, why not do something fun with it? Why not use this as a chance to brighten someone’s day?

What a great sentiment. Let’s hope we start to see Rainworks popping up in other cities around the world soon.

Until then, see Rain.Works for locations of his artwork around Seattle.

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Rainworks: Street Art that only appears when it’s wet