Street art can be a sensitive topic, especially when the “art” is a signature or gang sign that is anything but pleasing to the eye. Because of this, graffiti has a highly negative connotation to it, but this man is here to change that. Seattle-based artist, Peregrine Church, has found a way to turn a typical dreary day around by putting positive messages on the ground that only appears in rain. It’s the ideal Seattle art: biodegradable, environmentally friendly, and completely nontoxic with a superhydrophobic material (meaning it won’t get wet). There are Rainworks currently in Fremont, Ballard, UW, Captiol Hill, West Seattle, and many more areas. Watch Rainworks video and keep your eyes peeled the next time it rains!