Street artists are using simple glowsticks to produce an astounding variety of light art and graffiti. These tags, comics, creatures and shapes fade as fast as they appear, unless they is captured by time-lapse photography. Like traditional graffiti and street art, light art comes in quite a few types. Unlike most graffiti, having said that, there is no one to complain about becoming tagged!
Tags: Of course, an easy and simple kind of light art flag set is tagging. Glowsticks can be employed to trace letters, and muscle memory takes more than to develop these shapes.
Cartoons: Making light art cartoons is a tiny much more tricky, and also brings a lot more creativity into place. The above image (right) shows a clever Breeze Decor integration of the figure with its context.
Creatures: Light art can also be employed to animate or give life to inanimate urban objects, from garbage cans to post office boxes. Given that the light fades ideal away, only these Breeze Decor who see the pictures get a glimpse of the secret life of these light art creatures.
Shapes: Light art shapes need certain focus to camera view and alignment. Pulled off right, though, they can highlight, reinforce or interpret an urban space in easy but potent strategies.
Other: Of course, the sky is the limit. The above image cleverly integrates the artist into the scene – he appears to be playing a game with his pet monster. Light art is easy to commence experimenting with – disposable glow sticks that last for hours are only a couple of dollars.