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Delightful, Vibrant Murals That Only Appear On Roads After It Has Rained
By Dorothy Tan, 27 Oct 2015
To brighten up the gloomy streets of Seoul, Korea during the rainy monsoon season, a team of designers and art directors teamed up with PANTONE to launch a wonderful street art project titled ‘Project Monsoon’.
Using hydrochromic paint—which is invisible until it gets wet—the team painted the streets with delightful, brightly colored murals that are inspired by the South Korean culture that emphasizes “the importance of the flow of the river”.
Featuring vibrant images of creatures like fishes and turtles, the residents of Seoul are treated to a visual feast whenever it rains—the project has won a Black Pencil and a Yellow Pencil at the 2015 D&AD New Blood awards.
Scroll down to view more images of these lovely murals, and head over here for more information about Project Monsoon.
[via School of the Art Institute of Chicago]
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