UPDATE — a little searching yields this photoset by photographer Donna Zoll from a museum show in San Diego. You can see closeups of the rig and get a little better idea of how it works. I love the first one — reminds me of a Dreamcatcher, which works really well with the whole rainbow theme. Cosmic.
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I love this! Imagine driving to work one morning and finding that every here and there some weirdo/genius has changed the dull grey of a factory wall or a semi-abandoned block to a colorful rainbow. Way to cheer up some people, dude!
And now make one for a DOUBLE RAINBOW all the way!
Everybody will wonder what it means!
WOW! Nice big drive by rainbow! Always wanted to rainbow up my town. They Gray out very thing thats not an AD! But how could anyone gray out a rainbow!
nice project, thank you 🙂
How about adding some sensor on the wheel and make it paint bigger rainbow while moving? same height but way wider =D
Sweet. Thanks from The Earth.
good vibes! great build!
Pretty or uplifting or whatever… this is still vandalism (which the author acknowledges in the beginning of the video). Yes, I agree it is better than some gang tag or foul language, but it’s still breaking the law.
Some removable alternative would have been better imo, liquid-chalk perhaps…