Artist Patrick Rochon has created this Light Painting Sculpture using manipulation of light by hand. Although the images look like they've been photoshopped or changed in some way, they are actually authentic representations of what was captured first hand in the studio.
Accompanied by a video, the Light Painting Sculpture is a "meditative experience that tickles the imagination," says the artist. Rochon considers this type of art four dimensional because of the interaction between light and space.
The Light Painting Sculpture definitely looks like it has a life of its own as it moves across the screen like a mystical creature stuck in a haze.
Implications - Consumers in contemporary society look towards their purchases for a sense of relief. Designs featuring a fantastical element are appealing to those with stressful lifestyles. Creating more items with this aspect could help a company attract more buyers.
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