Artist Antonin Fourneau describes his latest work of off-the wall art as “a wall for ephemeral messages in the urban space without deterioration. A wall to communicate and share magically in the city.” He is of course referring to “Water Light,” an LED wall that reacts to water to create whimsical styled graffiti in France.
Users can use their tool of choice– be it a wet finger, water gun, sponge or spray bottle, and create their own temporary masterpiece on this wall created in collaboration with Digitalarti. Located in Poitiers, this installation is made into a wall out of LED lights that are activated when splashed with water. Definitely a great way to express creativity without defacing any public property.