A group of young designers from Seoul, Korea teamed up with PANTONE in effort to brighten up the depressive looking streets during rainy monsoon season. The team has managed to bring back some color and good vibes back to the city. The joined project is called “Project Monsoon”.
In the creation of these murals the artists used special hydrochromatic paint that is practically invisible until it gets wet. The paintings are a symbol of South Korea`s culture and utilize its topographical features in order to bring back life and color back to the streets.
Now everyone is looking forward to this year`s monsoon rainy season.