Can You Paint a Room by Blowing Up a Bucket of Paint?

By Casey Chan on at

Painting a wall is boring because it takes so much time, and requires so much preparation to not get paint everywhere. But what if it could be exciting and done quickly and the point was to get paint everywhere? What if you blew up some paint buckets to see if the explosion of colours could paint a room?

Would that actually work? Crash Zone experimented with weird ways to paint a room which included paintball guns, a team of paintballers, targeted paint explosions, blowing up paint buckets in the middle of the room, and just regular ol’ painting.

The paintball guns took a pretty long time to paint and made the walls look awful at the end. The paint bucket bombs were easily the most spectacular but sometimes blew out windows and got paint on the ceiling and all over the floor. Regular painting was as boring as you’d expect, but it’s the only one that got the job done.

Still, I think paint explosions are the future.