You can cover yourself in luminous paint
and go Tonto up the West End of San Antonio or relax in a quiet country spa retreat - essentially, you can experience your own version of Ibiza at whatever pace you like.
It is also bright enough to function in daylight thanks to a particularly strong and small projector and a coating of luminous paint
sprayed on the inside of the plastic mask.
It was the equivalent of the parliamentary party pouring luminous paint
over his Timothy Everest suit.
The luminous paint
job was in danger of causing GBH to my retinas and probably meant the motor was visible to any number of satellites passing overhead as it sat on my driveway.
During the 1910s and 1920s, workers applied radium-activated luminous paint
to watch and clock dials at plants in Waterbury, Conn.; Ottawa, Ill.; and Orange, N.J., all the while unknowingly poisoning themselves.
'She loved frogs so I painted them on in luminous paint
so they didn't stand out during the day but shone when she was dancing at night,' said Pat.
But sadly the use of phosphorus in luminous paint
by the firm's dial painters went unnoticed.
During World War I there was a dramatic increase in the use of radium for luminous paint
for nighttime warfare machinery, and Congress was continually pressured to open tribal lands for mineral development leases.
In 1999 Ghost Ship involved a lightship moored off Dun Laoghaire that was painted with luminous paint
The main subjects of the study, female wage earners who applied radium-based luminous paint
to dial instruments and watches, had the misfortune of becoming among the first occupational groups to suffer radiation poisoning.
And she defines her writing in the next paragraph: "I know I'm a fool, hoping dirt and glory are both a kind of luminous paint
The kit, which has been translated into five languages, comes with an 8 or 12-foot stencil, luminous paint
and a star chart to identify constellations and some 400 stars.