While some people find rainy season romantic, many people actually feel a bit down when the rain pours. Some even experience depression during this season.
An artist from Seattle designed a unique street art that can make peoples rainy day a little better. Dubbed as Rainworks, the water-activated art utilises a superhydrophobic coating that will reveal street art when water is splashed on it.
Its inventor, Seattle-based street artist Peregrine Church, got the idea after seeing several viral videos that featured the water repellant substance. He sprayed the substance on stencils to create motivational messages that would only appear once it rains.
I make things that make the world a more interesting place like a Rainwork, Church said.
According to Church, his one-of-a-kind art pieces usually last between 4 months to one year but its best to see it during the first few weeks of application.
I think these street art can really brighten someones rainy day.