Rain-Activated Sea Creatures Brighten A Dreary Seattle Commute

Rain-Activated Sea Creatures Brighten A Dreary Seattle Commute

Public artwork celebrates the recent expansion of the C Line in Seattle

Jennifer Passas
  • 17 may 2016

Seattle’s RapidRide C Line, a bus line that runs between downtown Seattle and the Westwood Village, recently received funding for an expansion of its service. To celebrate, the City of Seattle, specifically Seattle’s Department of Transportation, collaborated with Rainworks in creating rain-activated artwork on the sidewalks that is only visible when it rains. The artwork is created using an invisible coating, developed by Rainworks, that materializes only when it gets wet, which happens quite often in Seattle.

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