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Whimsical "Modified Social Bench" art by Jeppe Hein, at Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York - photo by James Ewing /Public Art Fund, via dezeen

Like a new modern version of invisible ink, superhydrophobic coatings can also be used to create hidden street art that stays invisible until it gets wet. Peregrine Chuch, a Seattle-based street artist, created a series of public works of street art called Rainworks using the same sort of hydrophobic coatings that we saw being used in Germany to combat public urination.