The creative agency Super Frog Saves Tokyo uses light painting techniques for a hard-hitting visual about the night sky.

There is one thing that the “big city” is lacking: big stars. And no, we’re not talking about celebrities. We’re talking about actual stars. Those tiny lights out in space. With the increase in global light pollution, it seems the only star you ever see in a major city is the sun – and that’s only if it can peek through the smog.

Super Frog Saves Tokyo, a very unique agency that ‘engages a global audience by building stories from social theory,’ recently collaborated with the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) to draw attention to this problem.

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