We are in awe of artist Antonin Fourneau's project, Water Light Graffiti. Using a surface made of thousands of LED lights as a canvas, and water as a paintbrush, Fourneau has created a magical wall of sorts.
All it takes to conjure up this amazing "Water Light Graffiti" is a brush, sponge, water atomizer, your fingers, even a water pistol...anything that is damp or has water.
A bridge of electricity is produced by the water that allows a current to flow between the LEDs mounted in a wall panel. The quantity of water also determines how intensively the respective LEDs light up – the more water you use, the brighter the rapidly blinking graffito is illuminated.
Check out this cool video that shows how it works: