What do you think about light calligraphy?! Have you ever seen it before? We know that light graffiti is quite common now, but light calligraphy takes it on a higher level. Light calligraphy is a mix of long exposure photography and traditional calligraphy. Using LED glowsticks, flashlights, even fireworks, combined with time-lapse photography, light graffiti artists create a unique tagging that wraps around objects dimensionally, allowing them to tag in a way they’d never be able to with spraypaint.
When I visited Julien Breton’s gallery on DeviantArt, I was completely amazed by his incredible light calligraphy. Julien Breton is France light-graffiti artist and calligrapher. He working on paper and photography using long exposure. No photoshop on his light calligraphy, only a camera and light. Check it out and prepare to be amazed!!!
Where to Find Julien Breton on the Web
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