This is an awesome video for the Painting Reality Sao Paulo project executed on March 23rd, 2012. During 10 days more and 120 actions such as this occured in the city center in order to “take back” the streets for the people. For the opening of the Baixo Centro festival over 200 liters of water soluble ink were poured into the streets, using the movement of the cities cars, buses, bikes, and people to create an all organic, live painting. By the next morning it had all been cleaned, making it an effective yet less destructive way of bringing color and art back into the streets. This project was inspired by the German Painting Project Reality by Rosenthaler Platz in Berlin during 2010 posted below.