The Darren Pearson light paintings are incredibly surreal, and surprisingly created without photoshop. Pearson, who is also known as Darius Twin, uses a special light technique that involves spinning a glass prism and shinning light into a camera lens.
The characters portrayed in each shot resemble humans, only in skeletal form. This creative art technique is almost like seeing a mix of cartoons and real life. The contrast between the dark skies and the bright lights makes the figurines stand out.
Artists that can think outside the box and create fresh and visually appealing experiences are sure to gain a huge following. These skeletal shots make for great modern display pieces, and could also work as GIFs.
The Darren Pearson Light Paintings are the Real Deal
Sarah Nazim — August 23, 2012 — Art & Design
References: dariustwin & mymodernmet