16.12.16 by Staff

Clever Glow-in-the-Dark Murals by Art Collective Reskate

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Barcelona-based Reskate Arts & Crafts use luminescent paint to create murals that not only light up when the sun goes down, they display a completely different (though often complementary) image. Their piece for Action Against Hunger, for example, is a loaf of bread that transforms into a bread knife. Check out more of Reskate’s ingenious double murals below!

 

 

 

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