Tim (littlebluedog) wrote,


I had a dream the other night that a gang of graffiti artists chose a flat, frozen patch of snow as their canvas and made this awesome and huge graphic design. After the snow melted some time later, they peeled and lifted the entire thing off the ground, like a decal, and hung it on the side of a building. The building owner loved the idea, because he could fold it up and put it away if he needed to paint or repair the outside wall.

I wonder, if conditions were perfect -- i.e., the surface was dry and flat enough so that a continuous layer of paint could be applied and dry on the surface, and melted so evenly that the design remained unbroken -- if this could be done. You'd need a paint with some strong self-bonding properties and a pretty resilient component.
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