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Light Scrawling Freezes Time

By: dane low - Published: • References: maglite & trendhunter
A subculture of graffiti artists is emerging, armed with only a performance camera and a Maglite. At night, they take to the dark corners of the parks and streets; however, unlike their aerosol-wielding counterparts, defacing property is not the name of the game. Instead, the art paradoxically requires one thing to harness the light: darkness. In addition, this unconventional method has another advantage over the lose-too-many-braincells-from-paint fumes ways of the past:  the canvas is darkness, and light is the tool allowing them to "paint" in three dimensions! Stats for Light As A Brush, Night As A Canvas Trending: Older & Buzzing
Traction: 10,208 clicks in 390 w
Interest: > 3 minutes
Concept: Light As A Brush, Night As A Canvas
Related: 26 examples / 20 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-35
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