A Seattle startup has created a unique spray solution that makes it possible to create invisible messages or art that are only revealed when they get wet. In a city with 155 days a year of measurable precipitation, that’s a lot of art. Rainworks, funded by a Kickstarter campaign, is leaning on the power of nature to spread its ‘rain paintings’ across the Pacific Northwest. They’re just getting started, but pre-orders are piling up and the company is gearing up to ship their eco-friendly art kits around the globe.
The weather-reactive art medium is the brainchild of Peregrine Church who, along with a business partner, launched a successful crowdfunding campaign last year. The Seattle-based Rainworks raised $53,669 in that effort last autumn, and is preparing to fulfill rewards for nearly 700 backers. Pre-orders will also ship this month and the company is continuing to accept new
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