Put away your paints, step away from the brick wall, chuck the bandana and prepare to be astounded by Glow Graffiti. Gobsmackingly impressive, this revolutionary product lets you release your inner vandal and ‘spray’ glowing designs of pure light onto a sheet of special material. It’s 100% safe – no chemicals, paints or ASBOs. Just dim the lights and spray away. Staggering!
Making the best efforts of Banksy look about as cutting-edge as a willy scrawled on a loo door, Glow Graffiti consists of an aerosol-style can and a sheet of light-sensitive material. But wait, the can is actually a mini projector that utilises a superbright ultraviolet LED to ‘spray’ images onto the sheet.
Put up your light sensitive sheet in the dark!
Now freestyle with the UV light can...
or try some stencil work!
For some unfathomable reason the sheet reacts to the stream of light to produce temporary glowing images precisely where you’ve sprayed ‘em. It really is an illusion of Copperfieldian brilliance.
Still scratching your bonce? You should be because Glow Graffiti is guaranteed to keep onlookers befuddled for hours. We’ve been spraying away for yonks and we still haven’t fully grasped how it works. All we know is that it’s like being armed with a futuristic can of liquid light. Or something like that.
Create shadow puppet tags!
The best thing about Glow Graffiti is that you can use it over and over again. Each image fades after about 30 seconds, so wannabe doodlers can spray away endlessly. Crack this out at a party and it’ll be a smash. Or why not mount the sheet on a wall and use it vent your artistic frustrations after dark. It’s impossible to resist.
Whether you’re squirting your tag, scribbling obscenities or attempting to draw a luminescent bratwurst mounted on two tomatoes, the possibilities are endless. We’ll even throw in some cool stencils to get you started. If you still haven’t seen the light, consider this – Glow Graffiti is the most fun you can have in the dark without taking your socks off. Word!
Keep glow in the dark material inside the black bag when not in use - only for use in darkness
Caution: UV light emitting
Do NOT shine directly into eyes
Not for children: For ages 7+ only
High power light excites luminescent molecules in the fast acting special photo sensitive surface material
Twist nozzle anti-clockwise to access the battery compartment
Spray very close for tight lines, spray from 30cm for larger areas and stencils
1. Light spray can
2. Instruction and ideas booklet
3. Light sensitive sheet
4. Complete alphabet stencil
Light spray can - approximately 6.5cm(W) x 15cm(H) x 6.5cm (D)
Light sensitive sheet - approximately 60cm (W) x 60cm (H)
Does the light on the sheet fade away and you can use it again or is it permenent? Gabriel, - 16th March 2010
Firebox says: Yes, the spray will fade after about 30 seconds.
So when the can runs out all you do is replace the batteries and the fun keeps going ? Alisha, Birmingham - 20th November 2009
Firebox says: Exactly!
Firebox; this misled me quite a bit unfortunately :( I saw the product on the page and was like 'HOLY CRAP! my street art will look brilliant now!' But with it only being a torch and a sheet of paper, I was lead to believe it was a glow-in-the-dark liquid spray. NEVERTHELESS, I may buy this for the letting stencils, unless you could sell them seperately perhaps for our graffiti, banksy-wannabe needs? :D. Sean, Newcastle, UK - 19th October 2009
Around how long does it take for the can to run out? ONI, - 16th June 2009
Firebox says: A good while but the batteries are replaceable!
Actually firebox the can never runs out!, its infact a "Can shaped" Torch, and the fabric you "spray" the light onto is fabric that captures light and keeps it glowing ^^ So the game never runs out, as its just a light not actually spray paint.
Hope this helps guys!
Its a great item!! Brett Cloke, Dover - 24th March 2009
Can you paint your skin with it? Tom Scandalini, Manchester - 1st February 2009
Firebox says: No, the spray only works with the sheet. Sorry!