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…
To cute artworks of lily pads and frogs.
He even leaves inspiration messages to help you get through the day.
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.