We always have the mood of sadness when the rain comes along, especially the monsoon season. The folks in Korea have used water activated dyes to help paint a picture which only appears in the rain.
Visual News reports;
During the heavy rains of the 3 week monsoon season, Seoul Korea is transformed into a soggy grey metropolis and the population chooses mostly to stay inside. To combat the gloom, a team of designers has teamed up with Pantone on a fantastic street art project called ‘Project Monsoon’.
Using hydrochromic paint that remains invisible unless it becomes wet, they’re painting a number of streets with cheerful murals featuring vibrant aquatic life in mood lifting colors.
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I wonder if Singapore can have an art piece which appears everything the haze appears….