Rain works in Seattle

By now you’ve probably seen something about Peregrine Church’s Seattle Rainworks on TV. I had, several times, and was intrigued. But I always missed the part where it’s explained how he creates his work. The secret, it seems, is a hydrophobic spray coating.

He gives “street art” a whole new meaning, and I can only imagine how delightful it must be to come across his work while trudging along in the rain. Something for Seattleites to smile about.


Categories: art/design, Culture, video content

6 replies

  1. Tends to encourage people to sing and dance in the rain?

  2. That is quite creative and spirit lifting. I had not seen or heard of this until viewing your video. Thanks for sharing… 🙂

  3. Living in a place that gets so much rain sounds depressing. What a great lift that “Worry is a misuse of the imagination” message must be to someone who feels like the rain is drowning them! 😀

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