Water transfer printing – or hydrographics – isn't exactly a new art. But HG Arts, a Barcelona-based hydrographics trainer and equipment supplier, has released a pretty cool video showing how this process can be used to spruce up an otherwise boring wheel.

Unfortunately, this video does little to show how the material is applied to the surface of the water or explain things like how long the graphics last or how much the process costs, but it was still pretty neat watching the various patterns come to life on these wheels. Check out the video posted below, which shows the process repeated over and over using patterns that include carbon fiber, camouflage, $100 bills and even SpongeBob.

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