After taking a year out to recover from the success of the last series of the Light Graffiti Cars, entrepreneur Marc Cameron and photographer Mark Brown are back with a new batch of images of iconic cars created using light painting.
By now you may have figured out that we have an insatiable appetite for all things light-graffiti-related. After weeks of therapy (Was it the neon fashion we wore as children in the early ’90s? We may never know), we thought we’d got a grip on it, but then we stumbled across TigTab’s magical light paintings,...
Photographer Barry Underwood’s light painting images are a true rarity: normally it’s the light graffiti within the picture that is supposed to grab the viewer’s attention, yet Underwood’s scenic backdrops are equally breathtaking.
Four years ago, I approached light painting photographer Mark Brown about the possibility of us collaborating on a project together.
Light graffiti has experienced a rapid surge in popularity in recent years – thanks to the work of the Light Graffiti Project (behind the Light Graffiti Cars), Lapp Pro and Lichtfaktor bringing this fascinating art form to the masses. Even Pablo Picasso dabbled a little, in case you didn’t know.
It’s been two years since Marc Cameron and Mark Brown’s Light Graffiti Cars¬†-¬† a series of images of iconic four-wheelers created using the innovative art of light painting – first drove on to the interweb.