This Artist Creates Water-Activated Street Art To Keep People Smiling On Rainy Days

Have you ever heard of superhydrophobic coatings? This awesome invention is like invisible ink that can only be seen when doused with water.

Peregrine Church, a Seattle-based street artist, is using superhydrophobic coatings to create unique water-activated street art that keeps people smiling even on cold and rainy days.

Church adorns the streets with a variety of diverse images, ranging to include fun pictures, motivational messages and even games of hopscotch you can only enjoy when it’s raining.