Today’s invention offers a way to help ensure that statues don’t get sprayed with graffiti.
A statue would be made with a water pipe terminating at the top of the statue’s head.
This would be supplied via a pump at a rate that allowed a continuous, laminar flow of water to move down over the stone/metal surface.
An almost invisible, slow moving water film could be maintained by texturing the statue surface and by slow rotation of the supply nozzle in the head.
This would make any misguided attempt to apply paint extremely difficult.