If you scanned some in, we could speculate...
For injuries sustained in the pursuit of making art?
BoyScoutGirl wrote:Humin, there was some great blacklight artwork behind the French Quarter this year, in Asia Town. They made an entire back alley, with blacklight lanterns strung from overhead, tapestry-like paintings on the walls, and fluorescent carpet tiles shaped like lotus and koi. It was beautiful and out-of-this-world. For blacklight artistry, I imagine it might be tough to beat - but don't let that stop you!
I know several other camps have coated sheets in glow-in-the-dark paint and hung them like walls, letting visiting participants "paint" with UV laserpointers. Because UV charges glow-in-the-dark paint quickly, the lasers leave a trail for several seconds. It's like temporary, glowing graffiti.
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