Cologne-based artists Marcel Panne and David Lüpschen create amazing "Airgraffities" using ordinary flashlights. To create these images, Marcel dances in the dark, while David captures the tracks of light with a slow shutter speed on his digital camera.
They open the camera shutter for 30 seconds then swirl various light sources in the air; writing letters in the air is trickiest, but they've been successful on a few occasions.
Their unique artwork has already captures the attention of the media and even resulted in orders to make custom 'Airgraffities' for companies like the English TV channel, Sky Movies.
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