Water Light Graffiti Lets Users Create LED Art With A Water Gun
For this project—which was set up in Poitiers, France in July—the artist created a surface embedded with thousands of LEDs that light up when brought into contact with water. You can use any damp surface like a wet paintbrush, your hands, a spray, a bowl, even a bucket. Splash it on there and once the water hits the moisture-sensitive surface the LEDs light up to provide you with your masterpiece.
Anyone can walk up to it and start having a go—grab a water gun and start firing away like you’re at a boardwalk game, or just chuck a bowl of water at it and give it some Pollock-style action painting splatters. Check out some of the creations from Water Light Graffiti in the pics below.
Maybe Squarepusher (below) should get one for his next live performance?
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