A new art installation in downtown Vancouver is paying tribute to the city’s Raincouver moniker.
Titled Dry Anywhere, these raindrop-shaped sculptures change colours when water touches it.
Take a look at these sculptures for yourself:
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Happy almost Bank Holiday! Let us know your #EasterWeekend plans in the comments below ⬇️ No plans? No problem! Check out @timeoutlondon for suggestions like this amazing installation! . . . . . #regram Stop by this weather-inspired installation by @canadagoose on Southbank today. Each 💧 is painted in reactive paint, revealing beautiful colours and patterns when they come into contact with water. Don’t worry, this sudden influx of warm weather won’t spoil your photo opp – they’ve cleverly installed a sprinkler. – 📍 Southbank Observation Point 💡 See it all lit up tonight until 9pm #DryAnywhere #CGxLondon #whatsonlondon #studyabroad #ualstudyabroad
The five raindrops are coated with reactive paint to provide an “unexpected splash of colour to your day”.
During Canada Goose’s “Dry Anywhere” campaign, this art installation will visit cities across the world including London, Milan, Beijing, Hong Kong, Paris and New York.
The art installation located outside CF Pacific Centre, runs until Thursday, April 25th, 2019.
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