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Rain-Activated Street Art



Poland-born, US-based mixed media artist Adam Niklewicz has created a stunning water mural on a red brick wall of a historical building in Hartford, Connecticut.

Only appearing when rain falls on it or if water is sprayed on it, this public art project features an image of Charles DeWolf Brownell’s “The Charter Oak”, a reference to American freedom and independence.

With the wet weather brought on by Superstorm Sandy, residents should be able to view this 30 x 45-foot piece of beautiful street art quite often.

















[via Adam Niklewicz]
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