In an effort to counter the numbers of graffiti in the city, Seoul has introduced some rather unique street art that could increase property values. During the annual rainy season in Seoul, most folks disappear under umbrellas and otherwise stay indoors. So the Institute of Chicago school of art has partnered with Pantone to bring color back to the streets of Seoul.
The institute uses hydrochromic paint, which has a special formula that changes color when it gets wet. You can only see these amazing works of art after its rained. Follow the hashtag #ProjectMonsoon to see amazing examples.
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