Seattle’s newest and most uplifting startup, Rainworks, announced today that it is raising funds via a rewards crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to set up a distribution network for their Rainworks Invisible Spray. The company set out to raise $50,000 on Kickstarter over the course of a 24-day campaign, to distribute their hydrophobic formula so that anyone can easily make his or her own rainworks (rain-activated art).
Rainworks were invented by Peregrine Church, who began decorating the streets of Seattle with his invisible artwork in May 2014. About a year later, Rainworks was featured in a viral video created by Waka Waka Studios, netting over 15 million views between Youtube and Facebook, as well as receiving worldwide recognition and media coverage.
Since going viral, Church and the Rainworks team have gotten countless inquiries from artists, creators, teachers, parents, and many others who want to create their own rainworks. With the success of this Kickstarter, the Rainworks team will make Rainworks Invisible Spray available for the first time. They plan to set up a distribution network so they can ship orders internationally, spreading rainworks across the globe and giving people everywhere a reason to look forward to rainy days.
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