If you’re ever feeling gloomy on a rainy day, you’ll have to look down for your day to look up.

Seattle-based artist Peregrine Church started Rainworks — a series of street works that’s only visible when wet. Utilizing superhydrophobic coatings, Church has been creating stenciled masterpieces in hopes of brightening up people’s day. When in Seattle, there’s never a shortage of rain.

In Germany, the substance is used to deter shameless drunk urinators. In Seattle, it’s used for artistic diversity.

From a light-hearted game of hop-scotch…

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To cute artworks of lily pads and frogs.

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He even leaves inspiration messages to help you get through the day.

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Basically, whatever messages he may leave on the sidewalk for you, it’ll be sure to leave you feeling a little warmer on a cold, rainy day.

[h/t boredpanda]