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Artist Philip Romano brought the inner kid out of strangers with his ‘Draw On Me’ car.
“Everyone seems to love it,” says Philip. He parks his 2004 Hyundai Elantra at random locations, and people have the freedom to write and draw whatever they want. The car was originally red with scratches, but he decided to paint it with chalkboard paint and the scratches can’t be seen anymore. Romano’s license plate reads “draw on me” and people do just that. His car definitely attracts attention when he’s driving around, as he doesn’t wash the chalk paint off right away. Instead he leaves it until he gets home and the next day it’s ready for new people to get creative.
This interactive activity gives people a chance to take a break from their day’s activities and just let loose and have fun.