This DIY Art Project Is Hiding A Clever Secret, But You Can’t Always See It.
A product like Rust-Oleum NeverWet is used to seal the ground from water damage, but if practicality isn't your thing, you can also use it to create amazing artwork on the pavement that's only visible when it rains.
All you need to create one of these masterpieces is a stencil and a bottle or two of NeverWet. If you're particularly artistically disinclined, you can even buy a stencil from the store for maximum ease in making one of these awesome things. Spray the NeverWet over the stencil on light-colored concrete, and then next time it rains, you'll have an awesome image on your pavement.
Sound like a worthwhile DIY project? Take a look at some of the awesome examples below.
This one was inspired by the Broadway musical Annie, and it's also an apt message for a rainstorm.
Another great one is this lyric from "I'm Only Happy When It Rains" by Garbage. However, you are not required to use rain-related humor.
If you want to make an image that's really precise, it's best that you use a stencil
Place the stencil on concrete and cover it with two coats of NeverWet for best results.
Wait for it to dry - can you see the faintest outline of an image on the pavement.
See the translucent text?
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