Darren Pearson is a 30-year old creative photographer and artist from Los Angeles. This artist has chosen a completely different instrument to create his new project â€œLight Paintingsâ€. Darren takes pictures using LEDs to create all these figures of skeletons. Take a look at his impressive and magical light graffiti and get inspired.
1. A pair of skeletons was created using the 180-second exposure Darren Pearson at Swami’s Beach, California.
2. With long exposure on the camera it transmits light through the air using it as a regular artist uses a pencil.
3. Skeletal skateboarder
Darren travels to his native California, making up to 50 works per night, each of which takes from two to five minutes.
7. Four pirate.
8. Angel in the woods.
9. Holidaymaker skeleton.
10. Skeletal surfer.
11. A light image of the skeleton, sliding down the banisters.
12. Skeleton holding the key was generated using 121-second exposure Darren in Lancaster, California.