Anyone can create luminescent art with a surface that lights up when it comes into contact with moisture.

French artist Antonin Fourneau has tinkered his way to creating a unique piece of art that encourages public participation with an unusual medium. His Water Light Graffiti project is a wall of LED lights that illuminate when exposed to moisture, allowing people to create visuals with water guns, spray mist and even body moisture.

Working from the Parisian Digitalarti lab, Fourneau unveiled his project to the public in the French city of Poitiers where the public and local art collectives gathered July 22nd to 24th for demonstrations and some fun.

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