Water Graffiti Wall Lights Up When Sprayed With Liquid

Water Graffiti Wall Lights Up When Sprayed With Liquid
Design

The faucet and fixture company Grohe created a conductive wall that illuminated when it comes in contact with H2O.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 20 may 2013

Antonin Fourneau, a French digital artist announced a collaboration with faucet maker Grohe on new products. To mark the occasion at a New York City event in Grohe’s showroom, Fourneau brought his water graffiti wall and let visitors create some of their own artwork (hydro tagging?). PSFK spoke with Fourneau who eplained that the original inspiration for the project came on a trip to China where he witnessed a man painting on the sidewalk with water.

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