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Light Paintings Superimpose Imaginary Creatures Into Nature

Light Paintings Superimpose Imaginary Creatures Into Nature
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Artist Darren Pearson uses LED lights and long exposure photography to create amazing glowing sculptures.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 18 june 2013

California-based artist Darren Pearson, also known as Darius Twin, creates light sculptures in the air using LED lights and long exposure photography.

His light art includes skeletal figures of people, angels, dinosaurs and other animals. Each of Pearson’s light sculptures take two to five minutes to create.

According to his site, he works as a full-time illustrator by day while he scouts California for the perfect setting to create his complex light effect photographs or light paintings.

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Find out more about his light paintings on his website.

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